The Georgia Coastal Research Council addresses scientific issues by holding regular meetings with coastal researchers and managers, maintaining this website as a clearinghouse for information on research activities, and synthesizing technical information on coastal resource issues.
Our Focus Areas include:
- Current Announcements (also link via left navigation bar).
- GCRC News Archives are still available...
Seeking coastal research information!
This site relies on its users for much of its content. Please alert us to any material you think we should include on our site. And if you have prepared progress reports for your funding agencies, send us a copy -- we would like to summarize your research for other site visitors. Georgia Coastal Research Council affiliated scientists and
managers are also encouraged to check their bibliographic
profiles and let us know of anything that needs updating. Any feedback
(complaints, compliments, broken links) is welcome. Please contact us.
The Georgia Coastal Research Council was established to provide mechanisms
for improved scientific exchange between coastal scientists and decision
makers in the State of Georgia, and to promote the incorporation of best-available
scientific information into State and local resource management. The Council
is not a policy organization, but rather seeks to provide unbiased, objective
information about scientific issues. The Council staff are located in
the School of Marine Programs at the University of Georgia, and are supported
with funding from a Coastal Incentive Grant from the Coastal Resources
Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the Georgia Sea
Grant College Program, and the National Science Foundation (through the
Georgia Coastal Ecosystems - Long Term Ecological Research Project). More...
are indebted to Wade Sheldon for assistance with our website and Charlotte
Ingram for the GCRC logo.
The GCRC receives funding from:
Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations
expressed in the material on this site are those of the author(s) and
do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsoring agencies or the
University System of Georgia.
||This page was updated
February 5, 2016