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Gulf to Gulf studies the effects of climate change from the Gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of Maine.

We are beginning a new fundraising campaign to launch a fresh phase of Gulf to Gulf. Lead artist Aviva Rahmani, the Gulf to Gulf team and friends invite you to add your fish story to Fish Story, as part of Memphis Social, May 2013 in Memphis, TN, a citywide exhibition and presentation of art and cultural events addressing the intersection of art and the social. Please visit Aviva’s new blog for progress reports: http://pushingrocks.blogspot.com/  

Thank you for your participation and support!
The Gulf to Gulf team includes:  
James Bradley, technology consultant, Executive Director at WebServes, New York, NY http://webserves.org/ 
Emily Caigan, Director, Legacy Arts Management, www.legacyartsmgt.com 
Daisy Morton, studio manager to Aviva Rahmani, Vinalhaven ME
Aviva Rahmani, ecological artist, University of Plymouth and INSTAAR affiliate Vinalhaven ME and New York, NY: ghostnets.com, avivarahmani.com 
Susan Steinman, Director of WEAD, ecological artist, Berkeley, CA: http://www.steinmanstudio.com/ 
R. Eugene Turner, 'dead zone' and wetland ecologist, Distinguished Research Master and Professor, Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA: http://www.oceanography.lsu.edu/turner.shtm 
James White, paleoecologist, Professor of Geological Sciences, Fellow and Director of the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) at the University of Colorado at Boulder, CO: instaar.colorado.edu/index.html.

We would like to thank Louisiana State University and University of Colorado at Boulder for their ongoing support.