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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , July/Aug 1995
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Nutrients from industry and farms are deluging the coastal ecosystem, producing problems like algal blooms and fish kills. N.C. Sea Grant researchers are using tools like hydrocorals and satellites to chart a course of treatment.
The town of Oriental in Pamlico County has more sailboats than its population of 800 and calls itself \"The Sailing Capital of the Carolinas.\" Located on the Neuse River, the town attracts people who enjoy sailing and the easygoing lifestyle.
Thousands of recreational saltwater fishermen visit the state's estuaries and coastal waters each year for the challenges of fishing inshore and offshore for fish like spot, red drum, wahoo, and king mackerel.