Table of Contents
Documenting Down East Fishing Traditions
The Fulcher family’s stories of their seafood business are more than fond memories. Ann Green shares a project documenting a critical part of Carteret County history.
Fish House Study Quantifies Decline
One-third of the fish houses that were operating on the North Carolina coast in 2000 have closed, a Sea Grant study reports.
The Inner Islands: Browns Island
The crowds may be on the oceanfront during the summer high season, but Bland and Ann Gary Simpson take readers to this oft-forgotten coastal haven.
Small City, Big Plans
Washington, North Carolina, looks at revitalization in economic, environmental and cultural terms. Kathleen Angione explores the city’s success.
Estimating Spiny Dogfish Populations
Fishery managers say the spiny dogfish stocks are depleted. Fishers say they pull up plenty of dogfish in nets. E-Ching Lee shares new data in this debate.
Aquatic Robotics: Teens Plunge into Technology
For a competition, Outer Banks high school students make and test remotely operated vehicles — smaller cousins to major research equipment.
PEOPLE & PLACES:
Queen’s Quest: Human Dimensions in Coastal Science
East Carolina University’s Bill Queen reflects upon his long career and partnerships with North Carolina Sea Grant.