S.C. Sea Grant Consortium


A monthly newsletter with updates from the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium.

Coastal Science at Work Issue 28

News Stories: Team Assists Town of Edisto Beach with Resilience Planning, Aquaculture Toolkit Now Available, Tide Gauges Capture Local Data for Coastal Communities, Educator Science Café Series is a Wrap.

Coastal Science at Work Issue 27

News Stories: Registration Open for Research Symposium on May 11-12, Funding Awarded for Biennial Projects, New Report Documents Shellfish Mariculture Return-on-Investment.

Coastal Science at Work Issue 26

News Stories: Environmental Educators Nearing Certification, Groundwater Monitoring on Kiawah Island, Upcoming Research Symposium, New Consortium Member Francis Marion University, Consortium Board of Directors Elect Chair and Vice Chair.

Coastal Science at Work Issue 25

News Stories: S.C. Resilience Planning Efforts Documented, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Stormwater BMPs Developed, Over 3M Seeds Collected for Salt Marsh Restoration.

Coastal Science at Work Issue 24

News Stories: Recycled Shrimp Nets to Reduce Litter, From Spent Brewery Grains to Sustainable Fish Food, Jump-Starting Careers for Students, Students Discover Underwater Creatures with Bioracks.

Coastal Science at Work Issue 23

News Stories: Finegan Joins the Consortium, Scientists Develop Novel Fish Aging Technique, "Food from the Sea" Grants Support Career Development and Training, Volunteers Sprout New Marsh Habitat.

Coastal Science at Work – Issue 22

News Stories: Brita Jessen Joins the Consortium, Eleanor Pierel Chosen for Knauss Fellowship, Oyster Growers Receive Floating Cage Tags, Consortium Revitalizes S.C. Clean Marina Program, New Economic Report Examines Coastal Ecosystem Services.

Coastal Science at Work – Issue 21

News Stories: S.C. State University President Clark Re-Elected as Board Chair, Nearly $1.5 Million Awarded for Red Snapper Count, Consortium Assists Town of McClellanville with Preserving Working Waterfront, New Grant to Assess Direct Marketing of Seafood, S.C....

Coastal Science at Work – Issue 20

The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium Tackles Resilience: As extreme tides and rainfall have increased in recent years, the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium has focused significant effort on research and outreach programs seeking to improve the coast’s—and the state’s—flood...

Coastal Science at Work – Issue 19

News stories: S.C. Sea Grant Consortium Receives High Marks by National Sea Grant Review Panel, South Carolina State University President Clark Elected Consortium Board Chair, Stormwater Ponds State-of-Knowledge Report Available, Consortium Marks 40th Anniversary in...