Coastal Heritage Archive
Coastal Heritage is the quarterly publication of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium, a science-based state agency supporting research, education, and outreach to conserve coastal resources and enhance economic opportunity for the people of South Carolina.
Older Issues Not Available Online
New Visions for Growth: Investing in Open Spaces
Spring 1998, Vol. 12 #4 – Some South Carolina localities are considering innovative techniques to slow down suburban sprawl.
The ABC’s of Science Education
Winter 1997-98, Vol. 12 #3 – Educators and business leaders are initiating the first stages of ambitious reforms to change how young Americans learn math and science.
Armoring the Coast: Beachfront Battles Over Seawalls
Fall 1997, Vol. 12 #2 – How can South Carolina balance preservation of beaches against the rights of private landowners?
Hurricanes 101: Lessons on Saving Lives and Property
Summer 1997, Vol. 12 #1 – Someday we could receive a double whammy: a huge storm that kills thousands of Americans and destroys more property than hurricanes Hugo and Andrew combined.
Exotic Species: The Aliens Have Landed
Spring 1997, Vol. 11 #4 – Exotic species are ruining crops, forests and rangelands across North America, with a pricetag of millions of dollars a year.