ContactSite MapSearchNews
Inside Sea GrantResearchExtensionEducationFundingProductsEvents

SC Sea Grant Consortium
287 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401
p: 843.953.2078
f: 843.953.2080
Reading and Websites – Spring 2014
heritage logo
On the Waterfront: Can Traditional Industries Survive Explosive Change?
VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2, SPRING 2014             

On the Waterfront: Can Traditional Industries Survive Explosive Change?
By John H. Tibbetts                                                                       back to main story  

read web banner
Reading and Websites

Alliance for Economic Development for Georgetown County.

Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway ­Association.

Gillis, John R. The Human Shore: Seacoasts in History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012.

National Working Waterfront Network.
Report to the North Carolina Sea Grant Program, the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (NCDENR), and the North Carolina Beach, Inlet, and Waterway Association (NCBIWA) on the Economic Impacts and Economic Benefits of Recreational Boating Along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW) in North Carolina. January 6, 2007.

Rubin, Louis D., Jr. Uptown/Downtown in Old Charleston: Sketches and Stories. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2010.

S.C. Sea Grant Extension Program.

S.C. State Ports Authority.

South Carolina Marine Association.

State of the U.S. Ocean and Coastal Economies, 2014. National Ocean Economics Program, Center for the Blue Economy at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.  BAD LINK

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Charleston District.

back to main story

Last updated: 6/5/2014 10:22:36 AM
Reading and Websites – Spring 2014


Page Tools Print this page
E-mail this page
Bookmark this page

Coastal Science Serving South Carolina
Copyright © 2001-2018 South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
Turbulent Flow Image Courtesy of Prof. Haris J. Catrakis, University of California, Irvine
Privacy & Accessibility