NOAA seeks applicants for advisory council seat
- On 06/03/2009
- In Parks & Protected Sites
NOAA’s Monitor National Marine Sanctuary is seeking to fill one seat on its advisory council, which ensures public participation in sanctuary management and provides advice to the sanctuary superintendent.
The sanctuary is accepting applications for the advisory council seat representing North Carolina maritime museums. One primary member will be selected for the seat.
The Monitor Sanctuary Advisory Council consists of 13 members, including nine non-governmental voting seats representing recreational diving, heritage tourism, education, conservation, maritime museums, marine archaeology research, and recreational/commercial fishing; and four governmental voting seats representing the United States Navy, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Virginia Department of Cultural Resources, and the National Park Service.
Applicants will be chosen based on their expertise and experience in relation to the seat for which they are applying. Consideration includes knowledge of sanctuary resources, community and professional affiliations, residency in the sanctuary area, and views regarding the protection and management of marine resources.
Applicants who are chosen as members should expect to serve two-year terms. The council usually meets at least quarterly throughout the year.