“We want to determine how far the plastic debris travels downstream and estimate how much of this waste from the upper basin makes its way to the Lower Neuse River estuary and the Pamlico Sound.”
Looking for ways to reach and engage a wider and more diverse audience? Gain some summer inspiration with Lori Sanderlin and Katy Menne of the North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport.
“How Does the Water Speak to You?” will be on display until September 7 in the museum gallery.
This new exhibit depicts the contributions and remarkable story of Lumbee Indians at Fort Fisher.
The summer 2021 hypoxia forecast for the Neuse River Estuary calls for dissolved oxygen levels higher than the long-term average. Forecasted oxygen levels also are higher than the hypoxia threshold, which indicates a lower potential for fish kills during midsummer.