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CoastalScience@Work E-Newsletter

Updates from the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium

Issue 22 – September 22, 2021

Ocean waves crashing on a beach.

Brita Jessen Joins the Consortium

Brita Jessen, Ph.D., recently joined the Consortium in a newly created role as interdisciplinary research and partnerships lead.

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Waves at sunrise.

Eleanor Pierel Chosen for Knauss Fellowship

Consortium nominee Eleanor “Ellie” Pierel has been selected for the prestigious Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, providing her the opportunity to spend a year living, working, and learning in the Washington, D.C. area.

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Oysters on a plate.

Oyster Growers Receive Floating Cage Tags

To support the burgeoning oyster mariculture industry, the Consortium supplied waterproof and UV-protected cage tags to South Carolina oyster growers.

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Marina with boats.

Consortium Revitalizes S.C. Clean Marina Program

The Consortium has taken the lead on coordinating the South Carolina Clean Marina program.

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New Economic Report Examines Coastal Ecosystem Services

South Carolina’s beaches and barrier islands provide residents and visitors with jobs, recreational opportunities, coastal protection, critical habitat for bird, fish, and turtle species, and aesthetic beauty, among other ecosystem services.

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