“The posters are great,” says John M. Aydlett, who leads the Got to Be NC Seafood campaign. “They help to educate consumers on what’s typically available from North Carolina’s waters in order to make a decision on what species to purchase and prepare.”
Daniel Obenour’s current project focuses on improving hybrid watershed modeling for central North Carolina.
FORCE Knauss fellows work on coastal resilience in different capacities through their agencies’ host offices.
Blue crabs, like many marine invertebrates, have what scientists refer to as a complex lifecycle, which means that they go through drastic changes in body shape and location as they age, similar in some ways to a caterpillar turning into a butterfly.
Rising seas and habitat loss across the expansive marsh habitat of coastal North Carolina potentially imperils marsh species, including two kinds of sparrows.