North Carolina Sea Grant hosted the 2019 Coastal Conference in Wilmington at the Hotel Ballast.
Using remote sensing technology, Melinda Martinez and Emily Ury are investigating the mysteries underlying coastal ghost forests.
North Carolina’s commercial fisheries support local communities by providing important sources of employment, business income and food, explains Jane Harrison, North Carolina Sea Grant’s coastal economist. She is leading a research team for a new study to quantify economic impacts of fisheries and the related supply chains.
Even though federal agencies and the seafood industry are cracking down on fraudsters, it’s never a bad idea to educate yourself about the origins of your seafood.
When forming their perceptions about complex environmental issues, children seem to reach conclusions like scientists.