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Carl Goodwin Honored Upon His Retirement from USGS


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FISC Board of Directors with USGS Director Chip Groat and members of the Eastern Region Leadership Team
Above: FISC Board of Directors with USGS Director Chip Groat and members of the Eastern Region Leadership Team (left to right): Carl Goodwin (chief, Florida Water District), Lisa Robbins (chief, St. Petersburg Science Center, St. Petersburg, FL), Chip Groat, Russ Hall (chief, Center for Aquatic Resource Studies, Gainesville, FL), Pam Malam (Regional Executive for Geospatial Information and the Florida Integrated Science Center), and Suzette Kimball (Eastern Regional Director).

A fond farewell was bid to Carl R. Goodwin on December 6 at the National Ecosystem Restoration Conference in Orlando, FL, in recognition of Carl's retirement from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) after 38 years of service. USGS Director Chip Groat and the Florida Integrated Science Center (FISC) Board of Directors paid tribute to Carl's decades of USGS work, honoring and thanking Carl for his dedicated and enthusiastic service to the USGS, his innovative hydrologic model of Tampa Bay estuary, and his pioneering efforts as a member of the FISC Board of Directors.

Director Groat also honored G. Ronnie Best for his efforts in organizing the first National Ecosystem Restoration Conference (NERC). Speakers, poster presenters, and participants from across the country and around the globe attended the meeting, including many USGS scientists and managers.


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