Table of Contents
FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Our Toast to the Coast
Susan White invites readers to celebrate the season with North Carolina Sea Grant.
MOVING FISH: Supply and Demand In North Carolina’s Seafood Industry
Devika Banerji follows the often circuitous route that local fish take from water to plate.
TRAPPED? Partners Tackle Derelict Fishing Gear
Rhett Register looks at two recent North Carolina Sea Grant-funded projects that focus on lost or abandoned crab pots and other gear.
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?
Join Katie Mosher and Rebecca Nagy as they catch up with three former Knauss fellows: Jessica Maher, Emily Vuxton and Angela Gustavson.
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.
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.
NC Scholars Begin Appointments
Meet several North Carolina graduate students with new duties or coastal research projects.
Ask a Scientist: Why Do Waves Come in Groups?
Marla Vacek Broadfoot questions Spencer Rogers about waves.