South Atlantic Sea Grant programs — in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida — are seeking research proposals that quantify the impacts of flooding on access to infrastructure and the associated economic costs to coastal communities.
The deadline to submit proposals to present at the 2019 North Carolina Coastal Conference is now Sept. 6. North Carolina Sea Grant will host the event Nov. 19-20 at the Hotel Ballast in downtown Wilmington.
North Carolina Sea Grant is seeking research proposals to meet key needs identified by state agencies that manage natural resources.
Scientists and community leaders will come together in Edenton on Aug. 24 to discuss harmful algal blooms in northeastern North Carolina. The program will include results from collaborative research funded by North Carolina’s Sea Grant and Water Resources Research Institute programs.
North Carolina Sea Grant has renewed its minigrant program that often allows researchers to pilot test new lines of inquiry. Researchers can now propose projects with budgets less than $10,000.