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SEAFOOD AVAILABILITY CHART:
North and South

The updated North Carolina Seafood Availability chart divides the coast into two regions — North and South.

CAPITAL CAREERS: Knauss Fellows: Where Are They Now?

Katie Mosher and Rebecca Nagy catch up with three former Knauss fellows

LEGAL TIDES:
Graduate Students Focus on Coastal Policy

E-Ching Lee highlights the N.C. Coastal Policy Fellowship.

  • Drawing Board to Estuary: Design Education for the Future of North Carolina’s Coast
    Mikey Goralnik explains how designers can contribute to a sustainable coast.
  • Protecting Beaches and Sea Turtles
    Kimberly Hernandez discusses how beach renourishment affects sea turtles.
Cover of Holiday 2014 Coastwatch with red snapper on ice

MARINER’S MENU:
All Wrapped Up

Wow your guests with personal seafood feasts this holiday season.

  • Gifts from the Sea
    Follow Joyce Taylor’s instructions on how to wrap seafood for cooking.
  • In From the Cold: Fresh vs. Frozen
    Seafood Barry Nash explains how to select and prepare frozen seafood.

CURRENTS:
NC Scholars Begin Appointments

Meet several North Carolina graduate students with new duties or coastal research projects.

SEA SCIENCE:
Ask a Scientist: Why Do Waves Come in Groups?

Marla Vacek Broadfoot questions Spencer Rogers about waves.

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