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Senior Environmental Scientist for Woods Hole Group

  25/03/2011
Woods Hole Group, USA, has appointed environmental scientist Jerry J. Cura as a senior environmental scientist. Cura comes with his Ph.D. in biological oceanography from the University of Maine and over twenty years of experience in the field and as a principal in Menzie-Cura Associates.

 

 

He was the Chair and US Principal Representative to an international working group to develop risk based methods for assessing disposal of dredged material in marine and aquatic environments. Cura has also been published in the area of dredged material disposal evaluation methods, evaluating ecological impacts in marine and aquatic environments, and the ecology of plankton populations on the continental shelves.

 

 




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