Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Summer 2011
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Research is being conducted in the Rachael Carson component of the N.C. National Estuarine Research Reserve to determine how algae cover might affect the success of oyster reefs. Irish explains the procedure.
Hathaway describes edible items along the state's coast that can be brought to the dinner table, including wild sea lettuce. Recipes included.
Science teachers from all over North Carolina are given the chance to take part in a DataStream Ocean course, given at the Field Research Facility on the Outer Banks in Duck, North Carolina. There they get hands-on experience with coastal scientific research projects and instrumentation.
Hands-on activities are a crucial part of coastal education through aquariums, museums, and parks seeking to provide early awareness of the coastal environment of North Carolina.