Three members of the Coastal Landscapes Initiative will be featured in a virtual science cafe hosted by the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, 7 p.m. Thursday, April 30. Join online: https://youtu.be/gREv0V-a084
Amid stay-at home orders, people are cooking more meals in their own kitchens — and research shows many folks want recipes for North Carolina seafood.
North Carolina coastal scientists and local officials are key partners for a Sea Grant research project in which experts from four South Atlantic states not only will quantify the impacts of flooding on access to infrastructure, but also will consider associated economic costs to coastal communities.
New research will investigate how much plastic travels from the upper areas of the Neuse River watershed into the Pamlico Sound.
Three new North Carolina Sea Grant projects are studying impacts on the state’s oyster, brown shrimp, and blue crab populations.