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Volume 3 | November 2019
CHWA CESU Newsletter
Fall 2019
Volume 3, Issue 1
Research Coordinator's Corner
For this edition of Research Coordinator's Corner, Dan speaks with Megan Nortrup of the National Park Service about the CESU, sharing the history of the network and explaining just how it all works.

CHWA CESU Brochure
We are excited to announce that the Chesapeake Watershed CESU Research Network now has a promotional brochure that highlights the federal and non-federal partners we have in our network along with key resources such as the Experts Database and our website. This brochure was developed at the suggestion of Lara Fowler, Assistant Director of the Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment. She connected us with Kevin Sliman and Brenna Buck on her team and offered their design services to create the brochure. We would like to thank Penn State University and their generous efforts!

If you would like copies of the brochure to help promote the network among your colleagues, please contact Danny Filer at 301-689-7108 or by email at  danny_filer@nps.gov .


Network Updates
We've recently done some fall cleaning on the CHWA CESU website. You'll notice the menu has been reorganized, and we now offer a " Information for Prospective Partners " page. Is there something you think is missing from the site? If so, let Dan and Rhonda know.

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CHWA CESU People and Projects
Spotlight
American eel in the Delaware River
In an effort to better understand the age, health, and distribution of juvenile American eel populations in the Delaware River, scientists at the Academy of Natural Science of Drexel University have begun a multi-year research project to inform future management of the species in the upper portion of the Delaware River.

ESA 2019 MEES Students Group Photo
USM students present CESU project at ESA meeting
In August 2019, students from the University System of Maryland's Marine Estuarine Environmental Sciences (MEES) program presented findings from a recent CESU research project at the 2019 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky.