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FROM THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR: Making Connections: Sea Grant Research and Outreach
In his Summer 2014 letter, John Fear discusses North Carolina Sea Grant’s efforts to integrate funded research into our outreach and communication efforts.
THE WORKBOATS OF CORE SOUND: Stories and Photographs of a Changing World
Read an excerpt from the book, with text and photographs by Lawrence S. Earley.
- Q&A with Lawrence S. Earley
Follow Rebecca Nagy as she speaks with photographer and writer Lawrence S. Earley about the lineage of North Carolina workboats.
SENSING THE FUTURE:
A New Technique to Monitor Water Quality
Restored marshes can remove excess fertilizer from surface water. But how much? Rhett Register describes a new way researchers are assessing water quality.
Beneath the Waves: Films Inspire, Educate
Marine science graduate students bring an international film festival to locations across Carteret County.
PEOPLE & PLACES:
Beyond the Beach: Explore the Coastal Region
- Trails Celebrate Coastal Heritage
Visitors have new guides to local landmarks along the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway.
- Come Cycle in Coastal Carolina
Take a ride along scenic back roads on your own or with a group.
Gene Groups Key to Embryo Development
Findings about how striped bass produce eggs have implications for aquaculture — and maybe for people. Rhett Register speaks with the researchers who made the discovery.
Seafood with Shells
Crack open some seafood and dig into summer recipes featuring clams, crabs and shrimp.
Beach Season Focuses on Rip Current Safety
Weather forecasters, lifeguards, North Carolina Sea Grant and other partners team up to consider the science and safety of the surf zone.
- Rip Current Poster
Print out and share this poster with friends when you go to the coast this summer. Break the grip of the rip!