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Woods Hole Field Center Hosts Open Discussion on Regional Syntheses

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On May 24, the Woods Hole Field Center (WHFC) hosted an open discussion about regional syntheses in the Coastal and Marine Geology Program. The discussions were led off by two presentations: Steve Eittreim (Menlo Park, CA) on "Regional Synthesis in Central California and Beyond; Regional Synthesis Status and Plans," and Debbie Hutchinson (WHFC) on "The Knowledge Bank Status and Plans, and Links with Regional Synthesis." The open discussion addressed several questions, including how the Regional Synthesis project relates to the National Knowledge Bank and the National Assessment projects.

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