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Director, Science Information Division

National Oceanic and Atmospheric

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National Oceanic and Atmospheric

1401 Constitution Avenue, NW Room 5128

Washington, District of Columbia 20230

United States

Company Description

NOAA understands and predicts changes in the Earth's environment, from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the sun, and conserves and manages our coastal and marine resources. The NOAA Marine Debris Program, housed within the Office of Response & Re ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Administration's Senior Meteorological Advisor
O'Malley

Education

Northern High School

Ph.D.

Oceanography

Dalhousie University

Web References (142 Total References)


National Federation of Regional Associations for Ocean Observing

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Franklin Schwing, Director, NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Environmental Research Division


The sessions are led by leading ...

www.centerforoceansolutions.org [cached]

The sessions are led by leading experts in ocean management, science, law and policy, including Primary Session Chair Frank Schwing from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).

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"What makes this session so exciting and unique is that it brings together leading academic researchers with scientists, managers, and policy makers from Federal and state resource agencies into one forum," said Schwing.
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Frank Schwing, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
franklin.schwing@noaa.gov
(301) 787-0872


The sessions are led by leading ...

centerforoceansolutions.org [cached]

The sessions are led by leading experts in ocean management, science, law and policy, including Primary Session Chair Frank Schwing from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).

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"What makes this session so exciting and unique is that it brings together leading academic researchers with scientists, managers, and policy makers from Federal and state resource agencies into one forum," said Schwing.
...
Frank Schwing, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
franklin.schwing@noaa.gov
(301) 787-0872


The sessions are led by leading ...

www.centerforoceansolutions.com [cached]

The sessions are led by leading experts in ocean management, science, law and policy, including Primary Session Chair Frank Schwing from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).

...
"What makes this session so exciting and unique is that it brings together leading academic researchers with scientists, managers, and policy makers from Federal and state resource agencies into one forum," said Schwing.
...
Frank Schwing, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
franklin.schwing@noaa.gov
(301) 787-0872


Watershed Currents Archive - 4th Quarter, 2007

www.battle-creek.net [cached]

A strong, cold upwelling in the Pacific Ocean this summer also produced ample food along the California coast, resulting in a bumper crop of herring, sardine and anchovy, said Frank Schwing, director of environmental research at the Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Santa Cruz, a division of the National Marine Fisheries Service.

But there's a gaping hole in that news: Schwing said the population of krill has mysteriously crashed in the ocean. This zooplankton, which resembles a tiny shrimp, is a key salmon food.
Several bird species that depend on krill have also crashed, Schwing said, such as the Cassin's auklet, a seabird that nests on the Farallone Islands. Also, whales that normally gorge on krill shifted to eating fish.
"Historically there's a strong relationship between abundance of krill and the amount of upwelling that occurs," said Schwing.
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"We're trying to understand what's going on out there," said Frank Schwing, an oceanographer with NOAA's Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla (San Diego County).

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