A new study from North Carolina State University shows that educating children about climate change affects parents as well.
Five new projects have received funding from the North Carolina Community Collaborative Research Grant Program.
North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting submissions for the 2019 North Carolina Coastal Conference. Abstracts must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16, 2019.
North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting applications until June 7 for the N.C. Marine Fisheries Fellowship for graduate students in natural resources or marine sciences.
If southern flounder live in warmer water during a critical window of early development, a higher percentage become male – more than 90 percent in some cases. Having a high proportion of adult males over the long term could threaten both wild populations and the valuable commercial fishing industry, which depends on larger female flounder. The NC State project was funded in part by North Carolina Sea Grant.