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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Autumn 2008
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To insure that consumers get the best quality of seafood, inspectors watch for certain things, like how the seafood is handled and stored and how it is displayed.
The Confederate gunboat, CSS NEUSE, was scuttled in the Neuse River near Kinston as the Civil War drew to a close in 1865. Local residents raised it in 1963. Allegood discusses early data recorded on the gunboat by Kinston native Bill Rowland and a laser study being performed by the East Carolina University Program in Maritime Studies through a fellowship from the North Carolina Sea Grant Program.