Pennsylvania Sea Grant

Delaware River Program

Pennsylvania Sea Grant (PASG) fosters scientific research, education, and outreach projects designed to encourage science-based decisions about the use and conservation of our aquatic resources.  We’re a partnership of Penn State University, The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). and a member of the National Sea Grant College Network, 33 programs in coastal and Great Lakes states. PASG began in 1998 on the Penn State Erie campus as a highly focused Lake Erie watershed outreach program. As the program grew, PASG expanded to serve the Delaware River and Susquehanna River watersheds.

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About Our Office

The Delaware River Program is based in Chester, Pennsylvania with a mission to serve the 5.2 million residents in the Pennsylvania portion of the Delaware River Watershed.

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Sea Grant PA website:
www.paseagrant.org

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Marcellus Shale E-Forum

Created especially for high school environmental science and biology students, this Website and the related Shale Talk discussion group are designed to provide a student-driven investigation of the Marcellus Shale natural gas formation and the environmental and political issues that surround its development.

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