My first experience communicating about coastal hazards to the public was as a child in 1989, relaying reports from the Weather Channel over the phone to my neighborhood friends in Charleston, SC who remained home during Hurricane Hugo but lost power.
Susan White, blogger newbie. Old dog, new tricks. Is it possible? I suppose we’ll find out here. As someone who held on with a tight grip to her flip phone until its dying day, you’ll need…
Rebecca Nagy explains how data-logging drifters monitor rip currents — and shares footage that UNCW graduate student Cobi Christiansen shot while getting these loggers into the water.
We had a great day at Carolina Beach deploying drifters in the surf to monitor and track rip currents. Now, we want to make sure we recognize and thank our partners who helped with this event.
This is North Carolina Sea Grant’s new blog, where we can bring news to our readers in a more timely fashion. Watch this space as we begin to grow our blogging efforts.