tampa bay soundings
volume 1     number 2     fall 2002

 

editors
Mary Kelley Hoppe
Victoria Parsons

contributing writers
Karen Fraley
Capt. Richard Johnson
Nanette Holland
Dr. Judith Lombana, MOSI

graphics
Barbara Smithey Design

editorial advisory board

Suzanne Cooper
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council

Dick Eckenrod
Tampa Bay Estuary Program

Frank Hearne
Mechanik, Nuccio, Bentley
Williams, Hearne & Wester, P.A.

Allan Horton
Sarasota Herald Tribune

Robin Lewis
Lewis Environmental Services

Don Sayre
Florida Power & Light

Francia Smith
Sawgrass Lake Park

Shannon Smith
Gulfstream Natural Gas System

Sanda Thomson
Roberts Communications

Roger Tucker
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council

Fred Webb
Hillsborough Community College

webmaster
Sherrie K. Henne

 

 

 

 

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IN EVERY ISSUE

Tampa Bay:
By the Numbers

profile
Alcee Taylor
Ambassador of Cortez

news briefs
National Conference Spotlights Growing Water Crisis
Foundation Seeks Proposals
Cortez Group Nets Gulf Guardian Award
Piney Point Water Capacity on Target


Science Fair Survival Guide

creature feature
Snook

calendar
Fall/Winter 2002

backbay adventures
Emerson Point:
Along the Restoration Trail

 

 

FEATURES

A Fresh Look at Tampa Bay
Complex science yields simple truth: fresh water vital to bay's health

Monitoring the Bay's Vital Signs:
Tampa Bay among world's best-studied estuaries

Egmont Key:
Wildlife flocks to manmade beach; battered island gets reprieve

Lighting the Way:
The Egmont Key Lighthouse

Behind the Scenes
Building Florida's First Offshore Pipeline

Blazing trails in underwater technology:
USF's Center for Ocean Technology

 

ARTICLES

Bay Mini-Grant Introduces Middle Schoolers to Underwater Technology

Now Showing:
Free Videos from the Lending Library

Fishing for Reds?
Anglers asked to clip a fin for science

News From The Tampa Bay Estuary Program
Fishing for Science
Students "Give A Day For The Bay"
Nitrogen Levels on Target for Bay Restoration

 

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