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Coastal Science at Work Issue 30

Coastal Science at Work Issue 30

News Stories: New Internship Program Promotes Diversity in Aquaculture Industry, “Project Sentinel” Stations to Capture Landfalling Hurricane Data, Groundwater and Infrastructure in Beaufort County Focus of $300K Grant.
Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2011

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2011

The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium received high marks from a national review team. SECOORA spun off the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium as an independent non-profit for ocean observation. A climate adaptation initiative lead to the creation of flood and sea-level rise maps for...
Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2009

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Winter 2009

Governors in the Southeast states formed a regional coalition to better manage and protect ocean and coastal resources, ensure regional economic sustainability, and respond to disasters such as hurricanes. A citizen’s guide to community planning in South Carolina was...
Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2008

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Summer 2008

A website was developed to provide resources to coastal decision-makers, community planners, and local officials. S.C. Sea Grant Consortium researchers helped improve Georgia stormwater policies. S.C. Sea Grant Consortium-backed research lead to development of an...
Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Fall 2007

Inside Sea Grant Newsletter – Fall 2007

A beach erosion monitoring program assisted with efforts to secure emergency funding for storm damage repair. An effort to map the ocean bottom assisted in identifying essential fish habitat. An observation system improved floor detection and warning capabilities. A...