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These pages provide a series of offerings related to NOAA's activities in the Sustainable Seas Expeditions. Specific offerings include summaries of science accomplishments during the 1999 Expeditions (Investigations), and a variety of educational materials (Education) To learn more about the project and to track the expeditions, visit NOAA's Sustainable Seas Expeditions Web site.

The Sustainable Seas Expeditions is a five-year project of underwater exploration and discovery of the marine world with special emphasis on the national marine sanctuaries of the United States. The expeditions are the brain child of Dr. Sylvia Earle, scholar and Explorer-In-Residence of the National Geographic Society. Led by Dr. Earle, the expeditions are a project of the National Geographic Society in cooperation with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other government agencies, industry, and private institutions, made possible by a grant from the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund.


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