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FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Cultivating Innovative Responses to Coastal Challenges
In her Spring 2014 letter, Susan White discusses how North Carolina Sea Grant will encourage and spur innovation among its researchers.
COASTAL SCIENCE SERVES NORTH CAROLINA: Sea Grant Funds New Research Projects
North Carolina Sea Grant supports research that encompasses a range of coastal issues and needs. Katie Mosher gives an overview of Sea Grant’s 2014 to 2016 core funding cycle.
Sea Grant Investments and Opportunities
Researchers gather to highlight results from Sea Grant’s projects. Mosher looks back at the work the program has pioneered and ahead to what it will support.
AROUND THE NEXT CURVE: Report Considers Estuarine Shoreline Management Strategies
Katie Mosher provides an update on a new report released by the North Carolina Sea Grant and the N.C. Coastal Resources Law, Planning and Policy Center.
SHARKS OF NORTH CAROLINA
From the great white to the sandbar shark, North Carolina’s estuaries and ocean waters provide a range of habitats for sharks. Chuck Bangley introduces some sharks that are commonly found in the state.
THE SEAFOOD SAFETY SQUAD
Join Pam Smith as she explores the world of seafood safety and the environmental health specialists who work to make sure consumers are getting the freshest, safest seafood. Consumer seafood safety tips follow.
Exploring Science: UNC-TV Expands Research Coverage
There is no shortage of science programming on UNC-TV. Rebecca Nagy talks to the producers, reporters and science educators who bring science to viewers across the state and country.
Spring into Seasonal Seafood
In springtime, blue crabs molt, snapper visit local waters and clams are harvested. Find some recipes from Mariner’s Menu to get you into the spring spirit.