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Executive Director Susan White highlights what North Carolina Sea Grant is doing to advance science, education and collaboration in the state.
There are many ongoing efforts to expand shellfish aquaculture in North Carolina. E-Ching Lee reports on two that were sparked by North Carolina Sea Grant funding.
To keep the southern flounder fishery open, the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries is sending observers on fishing boats targeting the species. Rhett Register gets the scoop.
Sharks are making a big splash in the news this summer. Rebecca Nagy explores the coverage and related Sea Grant research.
- Lights, Camera, Shark
Chuck Bangley reflects on his interactions with the media in light of recent shark activity in North Carolina’s waters.
While the origins of Carolina bays still may be debated, their significance to our natural world is not. Janna Sasser explores what makes these landforms so unique — and so peculiar.
Nichole Riddle highlights some of the historic locations and outdoor adventures along the Roanoke River.
Several Sea Grant-supported fellows discuss what is new and exciting with their research this summer.
A Sea Grant specialist works with a seafood retailer to find new uses for a coastal standard — mullet.