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Research Seminar: Greg Sorg

January 23, 2017

A research seminar presented by UNC Institute of Marine Sciences Graduate Student, Greg Sorg. Seminar Title: Testing the Effectiveness of Alternative Substrates for Subtidal Oyster Reef Construction Abstract: In North Carolina, the wild stock of Eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica, is currently a … Continued

Ph.D. Proposal Defense: David Marshall

December 9, 2016

UNC Marince Sciences PhD candidate David Marshall gives his proposal defense titled: Turbulent mixing, circulation and salt transport in a strongly stratified, microtidal, wind-driven estuary.

Interdisciplinary Seminar: Greg Sorg

December 5, 2016

An interdisciplinary seminar presented by UNC IMS Graduate Student, Greg Sorg. Seminar Title: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost: Use of Chemical and Acoustic Cues to Navigate Estuarine Environments Abstract: The estuarine environment provides primary habitats, nurseries, and/or foraging grounds for … Continued

Utilizing living shorelines prevent coastal erosion

September 12, 2016

Carter Smith, a researcher at UNC Institute of Marine Sciences spoke to WNCT about how utilizing living shorelines prevent coastal erosion. On May 17th, 2016 WNCT’s Pierce Legeion spoke with Carter Smith about how recent research indicates that installation of living habitats along … Continued

Updates from Dr. Arnosti’s BacGeoPac Research Cruise

June 9, 2016

Dr. Arnosti is doing the English translation for the group’s posts, you can keep up with Dr. Arnosti’s research on the BacGeoPac research cruise blog. The scientists aboard the research vessel Sonne will be in the middle of the Central … Continued