S.C. Sea Grant Consortium News
Funding is available to study the effects of coastal flooding on access to infrastructure and the resulting economic effects in coastal communities.
S.C. Sea Grant Consortium researchers with the College of Charleston published a journal article detailing the effectiveness of stormwater ponds for reducing flooding and improving water quality.
The single-oyster mariculture industry is taking off in South Carolina, as hatcheries and farms refine methods for growing single oysters preferred by high-end restaurants.
Research Indicates Black Sea Bass Remain Genetically Diverse Despite Historic Periods of Overfishing
The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium funded a study to determine whether the species experienced a genetic bottleneck after a period of overfishing.
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.
Public comments are sought for a review of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium by a team convened by the NOAA National Sea Grant College Program.
The host of “Expeditions with Patrick McMillan” was honored for many accomplishments at the awards ceremony on May 28, 2019.
Funding awarded by the National Sea Grant College Program to S.C. Sea Grant Consortium supported eight peer-reviewed research projects in fiscal years 2016-2018.
The National Sea Grant College Program announces a funding opportunity in 2019 for highly migratory species research.
The results of a research project funded by S.C. Sea Grant that was designed to discover how well low impact development (LID) practices such as green roofs and porous pavement handle extreme rainfall.
Sporobolus alterniflorus, the common smooth cordgrass that dominates coastal marshes in the southeastern United States changes from month to month. Follow along on a journey through a year in the marsh.
Coastal Heritage magazine was selected as one of 12 publications and websites honored by the South Carolina State Documents Depository System as Notable State Documents of 2018.