North Carolina Sea Grant-funded researchers from NC State and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Institute of Marine Sciences are analyzing several decades of data on hypoxia and algal blooms in the Neuse River Estuary. Doctoral student Alexey Katin highlights some current findings.
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A fellowship offered by North Carolina Sea Grant and the N.C. Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve has been jump-starting North Carolina graduate students’ careers since 2010. Recipients have focused on many pressing coastal management issues, including beach erosion, nutrient cycling and invasive species.
SciREN Triangle’s free networking event brings science from the research bench to the classroom on Friday, Sept. 9 at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
Danielle Keller, North Carolina Sea Grant and N.C. Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve, is evaluating how different seagrasses serve as nursery and refuge areas for fish species, and how fish communities respond to changes in seasonal seagrass cover.