Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Spring 2003
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A group of students from UNC Chapel Hill took internships at the Albemarle Ecological Field Site in Manteo. Students learned a lot about various fields and got hands-on participation that helped them better understand what they were learning.
Being a lifeguard at the Outer Banks is not as glamorous as Baywatch might make it appear to be. In fact the lifeguards, along with the Coast Guard, engage in rigorous training sessions on a regular basis.
Captain Jimmy Donnelly has been a tugboat captain for almost 30 years. Working on a tugboat can be difficult, not only because of the intense labor, but because of the time spent away from home.
T. Gilbert Pearson founded the North Carolina Audubon Society 100 years ago. Today the society remains focused on the goals Pearson set in place.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Exploration program has sponsored dives by a small submersible. The knowledge gained by this submersible is priceless and is a great teaching aid for teachers of all grade levels.