ST. PETERSBURG, FL - A beach clean-up associated with BLUE Ocean coordinated by Teresa Greely will be hosted at Clam Bayou Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 9am-12pm. Even if you're not attending BLUE, you most certainly can come help clean up the shores surrounding our cherished Marine Outreach and Education Center.
All volunteers for the BLUE Ocean Cleanup at Clam Bayou will receive free movie passes. Please register for the event as part of the Clam Bayou location following the link below. Please register individually, so we can have a name list of all participant.
Please contact Teresa Greely for more information.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - This past Saturday, November 12, 2016 at Clam Bayou USF Marine Science's E&O team hosted 57 volunteers who collectively removed 214 pounds of marine debris from the ocean. Our volunteers included students, teachers and parents from the following.
Admiral Farragut Academy - 71# debris
Canterbury School - 65# debris
Lakewood High School - 24# debris
Scubanauts International - 18# debris
USF Marine Science - 36# debris
Special thanks to Pam and Bob Muller, Marcy Cockrell, Kate Dubikas, Gabrielle Browning, Adrienne Hollister, Makenna Martin, Jared Koverski, and Teresa Greely to making this event a success.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Join with other Bay area ocean environmental Groups to celebrate BLUE Ocean during a series of Pre BLUE Kick-off events.
If you would like to participate, please register at http://www.chart411.com/#clam-bayou-trash-bash/cmta or contact
Teresa Greely for more information.
FORT DE SOTO PARK, FL - A coastal marine field research expedition was recently held at Fort De Soto State Park Field trip that Dr. Teresa Greely lead. The primary objective of the day was to learn field sampling techniques for analyzing three marine ecosystems and some of the organisms contributing to medical science research.
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ST. PETERSBURG, FL - In celebration of the Great American Teach-In, Teresa Greely, visited two schools to bring the oceans to classrooms in Pinellas county. On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 she visited 40 seniors at Largo High School and shared an overview of her journey as an ocean biologist and science educator. On Wednesday, November 19th she visited over 100 6th graders at Osceola Middle School and shared about her adventures at sea and brought along some of her deepwater fishes for students to meet up close. It was a wonderful two days of sharing the excitement, preparation and future career needs in the field of ocean sciences.