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Reading and Websites – Spring 2016
 
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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 2, SPRING 2016            

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Reading and Websites

M. Grant Cunningham:
South Carolina Public Beach & Coastal Access Guide, S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University, 1988.
South Carolina Public Beach & Coastal Access Guide

Rachel Kalisperis:
S.C. Department of Natural Resources Oyster Reef Ecology portal.
dnr.sc.gov/marine/mrri/shellfish/oysecology.html

Kathy Tedesco:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Climate Program Office.
cpo.noaa.gov/ClimatePrograms/ClimateObservation

Andrew S. Mount:

“Hemocyte-Mediated Shell Mineralization in the Eastern Oyster,” Science, April 9, 2004.

Robert Crimian:

“Looking Outward, Oceans Ahoy,” South Carolina Update, The Nature Conser­vancy, Spring 2013.

Elizabeth Day-Miller:
Designing Education Projects, Second Edition, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2009.

Edward Sutt:
“Dr. Nail vs. the Monster,” Popular Science, December 2006.

For more information about S.C. Sea Grant Consortium fellowship opportunities, visit www.scseagrant.org/Content/?cid=56


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