Dr Mike Piehler selected as Interim Director of the Coastal Studies Institute
ECU has announced that Dr. Mike Piehler has been selected as the Interim Director of the Coastal Studies Institute (CSI) effective July 1, 2017, for the upcoming year. For the past 12 years Mike has been a cornerstone of CSI’s … Continued
Dr Rick Luettich on federal weather forecasting law HR353 and the implications for NC
IMS’s Dr. Rick Luettich on WNCT9 talking about the new federal weather forecasting law HR353, and it’s implications for North Carolina.
Living shorelines more cost effective way to control coastal erosion
Carter Smith (PhD candidate, Peterson lab, MASC) interview with WNCT9 about her latest paper looking at homeowners perceptions of damage risk to their properties during hurricanes, and better options available to them.
Rachel Carson Reserve stormwater research project by Drs Noble and Piehler
IMS faculty members and researchers Dr. Noble and Dr. Piehler on NPR talking about their stormwater research project in the Rachel Carson Reserve. Listen on their livestream
Jasmine and Anna on Coastal Daybreak talking about the King Tides project
IMS’ Jasmine McAdams and Anna Clabaugh who are both Research Technicians in the Peterson lab will be on Coastal Daybreak talking about their King Tides citizen science project. You can listen live on their website http://wtkf107.com
DCERP program releases findings from recent Camp Lejeune environmental study
Dr Piehler was on WITN last night talking about some of the results from the Defense Coastal Estuarine Research Program (DCERP) project commissioned by Camp Lejeune. http://wnct.com/2017/05/18/dcerp-program-releases-findings-from-recent-camp-lejeune-environmental-study/
UNC researchers gather information on Jordan Lake
King Tides Project mentioned in Coastal Review Online
Article in the Coastal Review Online today talking about the Peterson lab’s King Tides Project – great work by amazing techs Jasmine and Anna! http://www.coastalreview.org/2017/05/public-invited-help-track-king-tides/ Don’t forget we have a King Tide next week – get out and take those … Continued