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for Currents Vol. 24 Issue 2, Spring 2005
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The Spring Equinox event held many activities for everyone, but the favorite seemed to be making a whirling-dervish fish and using it to capture the calls of the wild and WolfOwl.
At the meeting of the Senate Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources committee, Dr. Stanley Riggs pointed out the alarming rate of sea level rise in North Carolina and its causes as well as ways to prevent further rise.
The Pamlico-Tar River Foundation explains its water quality monitoring program that is due to start in Pitt County. In addition, the foundation explains why volunteers are needed and how to become a volunteer.
Tom Duckwall explains the importance of water temperature in streams and what mechanisms can affect that temperature.
Carolyn Smith gives the details on the chorus tree frog including its mating rituals, its growth, and a general description of the amphibian.