The award-winning Coastwatch magazine has just released its Summer 2020 issue. The latest edition of the flagship publication from North Carolina Sea Grant covers a broad range of content, including a look at climate predictions for the state, as well as new longterm strategies for adapting eastern N.C roads and bridges in the face of increased flooding.
The new edition of Coastwatch covers a broad range of content, including a look at a new project that crisscrossed the Outer Albemarle Peninsula to document some of the darkest skies on the Atlantic seaboard.
“StriperHub,” one of the National Sea Grant Office’s recently funded initiatives on sustainable aquaculture, is advancing the commercialization of marine striped bass.
North Carolina Sea Grant’s is again offering its popular course about the state’s coastal fisheries science. Registration is available for the four weekly sessions to be held at the University of North Carolina Wilmington starting Feb. 11. It is also available via webinar.
The latest edition of Coastwatch, the flagship publication from North Carolina Sea Grant, covers a wide array of content, including sea level rise and its effects on North Carolina terrain – beginning with the birth of the Atlantic.