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.
NC Coastal Landscaping: A Guide for Your Yard will be presented via webinar on Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern. Join experts from NC Sea Grant and NC Water Resources Research Institute to learn about nature-enhancing landscaping.
North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting applications from N.C. graduate students for the 2020 National Marine Fisheries Service/National Sea Grant College Program fellowships in population and ecosystem dynamics and marine resource economics. Applications are due to North Carolina Sea Grant by 5 p.m. Jan. 30, 2020.
After their popular introductory fisheries science course, North Carolina Sea Grant’s fisheries extension specialists Scott Baker and Sara Mirabilio are launching a companion class that provides an overview of the process of North Carolina’s marine fisheries management. Confirmed speakers include Steve Murphey, director of N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries.