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Scientific Team Selected for Independent Abundance Estimate of Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico

Scientific Team Selected for Independent Abundance Estimate of Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico

A team of university and government scientists, selected by an expert review panel convened by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, will...
Scientific Team Selected for Independent Abundance Estimate of Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico
UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant Prepare Communities for Hurricanes

UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant Prepare Communities for Hurricanes

University of Georgia Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant is working with researchers from the National Center for Atmospheric Research to better...
UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant Prepare Communities for Hurricanes
Clear Lakes Disguise Impaired Water Quality

Clear Lakes Disguise Impaired Water Quality

New Minnesota Sea Grant study suggests that using water clarity as an indicator of water quality may not necessarily work in all regions.
Clear Lakes Disguise Impaired Water Quality
BayMap Leads to Discoveries in Offshore Waters Near and Far

BayMap Leads to Discoveries in Offshore Waters Near and Far

To fill a knowledge gap about the shallow seafloor right off Rhode Island's coast, Rhode Island Sea Grant invested in the development of BayMap, a...
BayMap Leads to Discoveries in Offshore Waters Near and Far
Teach the Kids to Fish

Teach the Kids to Fish

"By training the next generation of fishers through a hands-on mentorship program, scientists and fishers hope to feed the world for many...
Teach the Kids to Fish
Sea Grant announces $9.3 million for aquaculture research and industry support

Sea Grant announces $9.3 million for aquaculture research and industry support

Sea Grant announces $9.3 million for aquaculture research and industry support
Pictures Illustrate the State of North Carolina Fisheries

Pictures Illustrate the State of North Carolina Fisheries

In a collaborative effort, North Carolina Sea Grant developed a series of graphics 
to help the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries present...
Pictures Illustrate the State of North Carolina Fisheries
Aquaculture’s Next Big Thing?

Aquaculture’s Next Big Thing?

Wisconsin Sea Grant funded a two-year aquaculture research project designed to compare the production of walleye, a native Wisconsin fish, and...
Aquaculture’s Next Big Thing?
My Day with a Sea Grant Extension Professional

My Day with a Sea Grant Extension Professional

The day started with a typical greeting one would expect when meeting someone for the first time. As we walked towards Paul’s aging truck, which...
My Day with a Sea Grant Extension Professional
Researchers Explore Using Empty Oyster Shells to Decrease Acidic Seawater

Researchers Explore Using Empty Oyster Shells to Decrease Acidic Seawater

Oregon Sea Grant supported researchers place bags of oysters on different amounts of empty shells to see if the shells help the oysters grow better in...
Researchers Explore Using Empty Oyster Shells to Decrease Acidic Seawater
West Coast Shellfish Industry Recognizes Consequences of Ocean Acidification

West Coast Shellfish Industry Recognizes Consequences of Ocean Acidification

A survey funded by Oregon Sea Grant found that more than 80 percent of respondents from the west coast shellfish industry agree that ocean...
West Coast Shellfish Industry Recognizes Consequences of Ocean Acidification
Why Sea Grant Matters to Louisiana Fishermen

Why Sea Grant Matters to Louisiana Fishermen

Louisiana Sea Grant extension agent Thu Bui translates Sea Grant resources for Vietnamese fishermen in Louisiana.
Why Sea Grant Matters to Louisiana Fishermen
Sea Grant's Helen Cheng helps New York City communities better prepare for hurricanes

Sea Grant's Helen Cheng helps New York City communities better prepare for hurricanes

Sea Grant's Helen Cheng helps New York City communities better prepare for hurricanes
Sea Grant Extension Agents Support Aquaculture Growth across America

Sea Grant Extension Agents Support Aquaculture Growth across America

Sea Grant supports the advancement of sustainable aquaculture development through research, extension and education.
Sea Grant Extension Agents Support Aquaculture Growth across America
Sea Grant Sets the Stage for Aquaculture Growth in New England

Sea Grant Sets the Stage for Aquaculture Growth in New England

Sea Grant support enhances extension and technology transfer to advance aquaculture production in New Hampshire and Maine.
Sea Grant Sets the Stage for Aquaculture Growth in New England
Sea Grant and NOAA Fisheries announce 2017 Joint Fellowship Recipients

Sea Grant and NOAA Fisheries announce 2017 Joint Fellowship Recipients

Sea Grant and NOAA Fisheries announce 2017 Joint Fellowship Recipients
World’s Largest Aquaponics Operation Opens in American Heartland

World’s Largest Aquaponics Operation Opens in American Heartland

Sea Grant supported research, education and workforce development to help make it possible
World’s Largest Aquaponics Operation Opens in American Heartland
Sea Grant shares lessons learned from coastal storms to help communities

Sea Grant shares lessons learned from coastal storms to help communities

Sea Grant engages in vulnerability assessments, resilience planning, and social science initiatives to learn from previous storms and lesson impacts...
Sea Grant shares lessons learned from coastal storms to help communities
Seafood Recipes Compiled across Sea Grant Network

Seafood Recipes Compiled across Sea Grant Network

Florida Sea Grant compiled seafood recipes from around the Sea Grant network to celebrate 50 years of supporting Sustainable Fisheries and...
Seafood Recipes Compiled across Sea Grant Network
Puerto Rico Sea Grant Video Promotes Trash Free Waters

Puerto Rico Sea Grant Video Promotes Trash Free Waters

Puerto Rico Sea Grant created a video to promote Healthy Coastal Ecosystems.
Puerto Rico Sea Grant Video Promotes Trash Free Waters

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Mesocosms, Sensors and Otoliths: Tools to Improve North Carolina Water Quality

North Carolina Sea Grant develops varied techniques and technologies that address water quality issues

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North Carolina Sea Grant develops varied techniques and technologies that address water quality issues. Research teams study the ability of restored wetlands to control runoff, test new sensor technology to monitor water quality in tidal marshes, and verify that fish ear bones, known as otoliths, can identify early-life habitats of fish.

Diatom Drama and Superior’s History

Uncovering the story of Great Lakes water quality

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With funding from Sea Grant and other agencies, Euan Reavie, Senior Research Associate with the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Natural Resource Research Institute, and his colleagues have been examining sediment cores to reveal the extent to which they have captured the story of Great Lakes water quality over the past several centuries.

Delaware Sea Grant helps town of Laurel balance environment and development along riverfront

Improving water quality the historic riverfront town of Laurel, DE

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Looking to improve water quality both locally in the river and as part of a regional effort to restore the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the town of Laurel, Delaware is reimagining its historic riverfront with help from the Delaware Sea Grant College Program and University of Delaware landscape design faculty and students.

Research Sleuths Track Down Elusive PFCs in Long Island Sound Watershed

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Mike Whitney, PhD and Penny Vlahos, PhD, Associate Professors of Marine Sciences at the University of Connecticut, are a physical and chemical oceanographer team that are funded by Connecticut Sea Grant to research the source perfluorinated compounds or PFCs in Long Island Sound.

Why West Coast Crab Fishers and Tugboat Captains Aren’t Feeling Crabby

Washington Sea Grant’s Steve Harbell helps these industries find a better way to share formerly troubled waters.

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It might seem incongruous to talk of traffic disputes and costly collisions in an area as vast as the waters off the Pacific coast. But that’s the situation that afflicted the coast’s tribal and commercial crab fishers and its tug-and-barge and shipping operators for decades as they shared the same sealanes.

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