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Deployment Plan by Sally P. Connolly, Paul Mankiewicz, PhD, and Heike Neumeister, PhD

Thanks to Dick Sadler for advice on locations, currents and tides. Thanks also to
Barbara Dolensek, Adjie Henderson, Emily Standiford, and Cody Carroll for help with
the proposal draft. We are thankful to all members, volunteers, and the community of
City Island who contribute to and support the CIOR.

Reviewers prior to submission to DEC:
Leah Cabral, Town of Nantucket, Assistant Biologist, Shimmo Creek Oyster Restoration
Barbara Dolensek
Allison Fitzgerald, PhD, NY/NJ Baykeeper Soundview Restoration Project
Adjie Henderson
Peter Linderoth, PhD, Save the Sound
Bill Lucey, Save the Sound
Paul Mankiewicz, PhD