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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Winter 2008
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Drought, high, salinities, extended higher water temperatures, and low-turbidity due to a lack of ocean storms created conditions in 2007 that attracted a nuisance invasive called animal grass to the coastline from Carteret to Dare Counties. Angione describes this invasive that caused fishermen problems by closing fishing nets.
The Department of Biology and Marine Science at UNC-Wilmington is conducting a project to compare eight natural reefs to thirteen created intertidal and shallow subtidal reefs. The project seeks to answer critical questions about oyster reef restoration.
Smith takes readers on a tour of the Oak Island Lighthouse in Brunswick County. Completed in 1958, it is the state's youngest.