Far from being frighteningly fun for Halloween, ghost forests are a growing problem along much of the East Coast. Learn more about this topic that is the focus of a North Carolina Sea Grant/Space Grant fellowship.
A new exhibit at North Carolina Estuarium focuses on biological invasions, an important conservation issue in eastern North Carolina estuaries — where salty and freshwater mix.
An East Carolina University researcher is finding that green treefrogs are changing to live in higher salinities — and that adaptation could prevent some coastal populations from going extinct.
Jessica Whitehead reviews some of the terms used to describe hazards North Carolina might encounter as Hurricane Irma approaches the state over the next few days.
Help us learn about efforts related to marine debris in North Carolina by filling out this brief survey by Sept. 5: tinyurl.com/marinedebrissurvey.
Your answers will help determine who is doing what, and identify potential actions and partners, be used to complement the state’s existing marine debris reduction strategy.
Also, plan to attend the N.C. Marine Debris Symposium at the Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort on Oct. 16 and 17.