A Cleaner Bay: New Studies - New Possibilities / Norfolk Naval Station Centennial Celebration
Thursday, February 9, 2017
The Chesapeake Bay Watershed is a beloved character marker of Virginia. It doubles as a resource and means of leisure, but is no stranger to environmental struggle. Today, we're joined by some of the top researchers at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) to discuss the results of recent studies on nitrogen cycles and organisms that could lead to a cleaner bay. And later, the Norfolk Naval Station is 100 years old. We'll discuss its history and how you can join the centennial celebrations. Join us at 440-2665.
Councilwoman Andria McClellan - is a City of Norfolk Councilwoman representing Superward 6. She is a sponsor of the civic fair "Engage Norfolk."
Deborah Bronk - is the Moses D. Nunnally Distinguished Professor of Marine Science and Department Chair of Physical Sciences at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Mark Luckenbach - is a Professor of Marine Science and the Associate Dean of Research and Advisory Services at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS)
Captain Douglas Beaver - is a Commanding Officer at Naval Station Norfolk
Joe Judge - is the Curator of the Hampton Roads Naval Museum