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2:28 p.m., May 30, 2012--The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays (CIB) has appointed Andrew Homsey, associate policy scientist in the School of Public Policy and Administrations Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware, to a two-year term as a member of its Science and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC).
STAC is responsible for providing objective scientific and technical
advice and guidance to CIBs board of directors and other cooperating
agencies that have interests in Delawares inland bays and their
watersheds with regard to developing public understanding, interest, and
participation in the implementation of CIBs Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan.
Homsey manages the geographic information systems (GIS) laboratory
based in IPAs Water Resources Agency. Homsey has trained over 150 UD
undergraduate and graduate students in this GIS lab, which was
established by ESRI during the 1970s as the first automated watershed
mapping and data-management system in the United States.
About the Center for Inland Bays
Based in Rehoboth Beach, the CIB was established in 1994 by an act of
the Delaware General Assembly to protect and enhance Sussex Countys
coastal bays, which are the center of a $1 billion tourism economy. In
1988 Congress designated the inlands bays as an estuary of national
significance, as one of just 28 National Estuary Programs in the U.S.
authorized by the EPA under the Federal Clean Water Act.
Originally published by UDaily.
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