S.C. Sea Grant Consortium News
The Educator Science Café Series, a chance for educators to hear directly from scientists, wrapped up its 2019-2020 season with “Microplastics: It’s a Small World” in February.
The ability to rapidly detect changes in age and growth patterns for fish populations is crucial to successfully managing them, and a new process studied by S.C. Sea Grant Consortium researchers shows promise for speeding up the previously time-consuming process.
Fourteen pioneers are well on the way to becoming South Carolina’s first certified environmental educators in a program shepherded by the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium.
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 resilience.
A new set of continuing education classes gives real estate professionals information specific to coastal South Carolina.
Reacting to a presentation on projected climate trends and the potential for major flooding in the coming years, officials from the City of Beaufort discussed mitigation possibilities in a packed public meeting on January 28, 2019.
2020 marks the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium’s 40th anniversary as a state agency, and celebrations are in the works.
This newly published report contains up-to-date scientific findings on the effectiveness of stormwater ponds at controlling water quantity and quantity.
South Carolina State University (SCSU) President James E. Clark has been elected chair of S.C. Sea Grant Consortium’s Board of Directors. Clark began his one-year term on January 1, 2020.
The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium was evaluated by a six-member National Sea Grant Site Review Team, and was found to meet all standards of excellence.
The USDA’s Southern Regional Aquaculture Center has funded research on best practices for oyster mariculture, including work led by the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium on how often oysters cages should be flipped to reduce biofouling.
Four S.C. Sea Grant Consortium nominees have been selected for the prestigious Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, providing them the opportunity to spend a year living, working, and learning in the Washington, D.C. area.