With North Carolina Sea Grant funding, research teams across the state are starting new studies on coastal resilience, climate change, flooding, shellfish and aquaculture, environmental literacy and more.
North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting applications for a new fellowship that will place graduate students, who have been trained at North Carolina institutions of higher education, into state government offices as science and technology fellows.
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.
“With each year and class, we continue to be more impressed with the Sea Grant Knauss fellows,” says Jonathan Pennock, National Sea Grant College Program director. “They bring fresh perspectives and experiences to the coastal and marine science and policy work happening in D.C., and they continue to raise the bar for us all.”
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.