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Stormwater Ponds Research Details Benefits

Stormwater Ponds Research Details Benefits

The proliferation of stormwater ponds in coastal South Carolina in recent decades has prompted questions about how effective they are at reducing flooding and improving water quality. The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and its partners in 2014 brought together scientists...
Oyster Mariculture is Growing in South Carolina

Oyster Mariculture is Growing in South Carolina

Oyster Mariculture is Growing in South Carolina By Joey Holleman Frank Roberts established the Lady’s Island Oyster hatchery on the banks of McCalley’s Creek in Beaufort County to provide seed oysters for the expanding mariculture industry in South...
Flood Resilience Event Takes a Different Route at Folly Beach

Flood Resilience Event Takes a Different Route at Folly Beach

Talking about sea-level rise and tidal flooding might seem an odd fit for a children’s-oriented event, but risk communicators need to reach out to varied audiences. That’s why a group from S.C. Sea Grant Consortium, Carolinas Integrated Sciences and Assessments , the...
Public Comments Sought for S.C. Sea Grant Consortium Review

Public Comments Sought for S.C. Sea Grant Consortium Review

The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium will be reviewed on August 6-8, 2019 by a team convened by the NOAA National Sea Grant College Program. The review will be conducted at the College of Charleston, Stern Student Center, Room 416, 71 George Street, Charleston, S.C. and will...