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Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2002

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2002

Volunteers cleaned nearly 15 tons of trash from local waterways. S.C. Sea Grant Consortium extension specialists organized a workshop on harmful algal blooms. The executive director of the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium was named to the Executive Committee of the Board of...
Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2000

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2000

Dr. Leroy Davis was elected as S.C. Sea Grant board chair. Oyster shell research lead to a new fertilizer enhancer. The Center for Sustainable Living was featured on national television. A new red tide was discovered.
S.C. Task Group on Harmful Algae Newsletter – Spring 2004

S.C. Task Group on Harmful Algae Newsletter – Spring 2004

In 2003, a massive bloom of Heterosigma akashiwo created a red tide phenomenon that extended from inside Bulls Bay to about five miles offshore. About 10,000 dead fish were discovered, but it was not clear whether the deaths were caused by toxicity from the algae,...