Happy Valentine’s Day, from North Carolina Sea Grant

February 12, 2018 | Julie Leibach

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with sea-themed cards.

How Winter Temps Can Affect Your Fishing Next Spring

January 19, 2018 | Julie Leibach

Stories about “cold stuns” of spotted seatrout date back more than 100 years. But no one knew just how important these events could be until 2017, when NC State researchers published new findings on population impacts.

Ghost Forests: More Than Halloween Scenes

October 30, 2017 | Danielle Costantini

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.

Zombies and Invaders in Estuaries, Oh My!

October 25, 2017 | Marisa Incremona

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.

Froglet on a blade of grass

Indicators of Hope: Coastal green treefrogs develop salt tolerance

October 24, 2017 | E-Ching Lee

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.