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Coastal Heritage Curriculum Connection
 
Explore curriculum guides written to accompany each issue of Coastal Heritage, a quarterly publication of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium.

Current issue
Spring 2017:
New Technology: Driving Advances in Coastal Science
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Archives:

Winter 2017: Trailblazers of the Reconstruction Era
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2016: Communities Under Water: Lessons Learned from Extreme Floods
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2016: S.C.'s Working Waterfronts: Fishing Villages Evolve
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2016: Career Jump-Start: Cultivating the Future Workforce
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2015: The Wonders of Discovery: Reviving Interest in Natural History
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2014: Water Cities: Can We Climate-Proof the Coast?
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2014: The Global Plastic Breakdown: How Microplastics Are Shredding Ocean Health
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2014: On the Waterfront: Can Traditional Industries Survive Explosive Change?
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2014: Carolina's Gold Coast: The Culture of Rice and Slavery
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2013: Red Lionfish: A "Super-Invader" for Supper?
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring/Summer 2013: Climate Change and Extreme Weather
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2013: Lowcountry Living Shorelines: Restoring Carolina's Reefs
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2012: Emancipation Day: The Freed People of Port Royal
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2012: No Worries? The New Science of Risk and Choice
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2012: Lowcountry's Fishing Future: Are Locavores the Answer?
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2012: Calm After the Storm? Disasters and Mental Health
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2011: Urban Thinker with an Ecologist's Eye: Jane Jacobs' Legacy
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2011: Water's Edge: Managing Coastal Runoff
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2011: Carolina Diarist: The Broken World of Mary Chesnut
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2011: The Arts of Science: A Search for Visual Ecology
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer/Fall 2010: Celebrating 30 Years
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2010: The Dynamic Coast: Living with Shoreline Change
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Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2010: Offshore Wind: Testing the Water
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2009: the Lowcountry's Jazz Age: Gift of Story and Song
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2009: Sea-Level Rise: Adapting to a Changing Coast
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2009: Disaster Resilience: 20 years after Hugo
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2009: Cold-water corals: ancient life in the deep, dark sea
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2008: Exploring Early Carolina's Natural Riches
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2008: Climate Change and Ocean Health
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2008: Slowing Stormwater: Improving Water Quality by Imitating Nature

     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2008: Breaking the Chains: The End of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2007: Will climate change devastate coastal property insurance?
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2007: Knocking Back Biological Invaders
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2007: Rising Tide: Climate Change
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2006: Discovery Learning Comes of Age
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2006: African roots, Carolina gold
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Spring 2006: After the Storm
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2005-06: Building Green: A New Path
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2003-04: A Line in the Sand: Nourishing South Carolina's Beaches
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Winter 2002: The Freeway City
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Fall 2002: Rise and Fall and Rise: South Carolina's Maritime History
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine

Summer 2002: Floyd Follies: What We've Learned
     • Curriculum Connection
     • Coastal Heritage magazine



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