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Ohio Sea Grant College Program
and Stone Laboratory

Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory

Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Mark Monaco

Project Number: E/I-004, Completion Report

Start Date: 2/1/1984

Completion Date: 1/31/1985

Classified Under: Education

Principal Investigator(s)1.Jeffrey Reutter, The Ohio State University*
This shows the current affiliation and may not match affiliation at time of participation. *

Objectives

To provide a unique educational and training experience to a student as an intern in Washington, D.C. By means of this experience, to accelerate the student's professional development and career.

Rationale

Sea Grant internships provide a mechanism to accelerate the development of our country's most outstanding young minds in the ocean sciences and allow them to have a more rapid impact on our ocean policies.

Methodology

This Sea Grant intern spent his internship with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the Office of Marine Pollution Assessment working with Great Lakes Research.

Publications & Media

Peer-reviewed reprints
Peer-reviewed reprintsHerdendorf, C.E. and M. Monaco. 1983, Association of Vorticella campanula and Anabaena flos-aqua during a blue-green algal bloom in western Lake Erie
Ohio J. Sci. 83(5):270-271. Made available by Ohio Sea Grant as OHSU-RS-009.
Peer-reviewed reprintsMonaco, M.E. and A. Robertson. 1986, Incineration at sea-a waste disposal alternative
Renewable Resources J. 3(4):69. Made available by Ohio Sea Grant as OHSU-RS-045.

Supported Students

StudentMark E. Monaco (Graduate, M.S. - 1984)
The Ohio State University
Title: The ecology and productivity of Cladophora glomerata in western Lake Erie.