Table of Contents
Susan White, North Carolina Sea Grant executive director, looks ahead to events in spring, including North Carolina’s Coastal Conference.
The first issue of Coastwatch was published in May 1974. Join us on a walk down memory lane.
Learn about ongoing projects funded by North Carolina Sea Grant and its partners.
- Toxic Marine Snow
What happens when algal blooms die? Research reveals the toxic nature of marine snow as it falls to the seafloor.
- Developing Recipes, Nourishing the Community
A group of high-school students on Hatteras Island is attempting to get their peers to eat cape shark.
- Seasonal Dreams and Delights
Danielle Keller describes how changing seagrass cover in the state’s waters might affect juvenile fish.
- Collaborative Research on the Outer Banks
Undergraduate students at Chowan University are studying wetland accretion and change.
Janna Sasser catches up with former marine fisheries fellows, who are conducting research from the continental shelf of Florida to the lakes of Oregon.
In wake of Hurricane Matthew’s devastation, state and local officials are looking for creative suggestions from university faculty and students.
- Preserving Cultural Treasures
Michele Walker explains how special teams help restore or replace community and personal treasures after a flood.
For Joyce Taylor, some special flavors bring Down East traditions to mind. Find them in recipes for stew, chowder and soup.
Emily White examines the family dynamics of several species found in North Carolina.
Within a winter setting, Cynthia Sharpe’s poem shares the hope of a new year.