Justin Ridge just learned that he was awarded a North Carolina Sea Grant and N.C. Coastal Reserve’s Coastal Research Fellowship for his proposal entitled: LANDSCAPE CONNECTIVITY INFLUENCES GROWTH AND ACCRETION IN TEMPERATE BIOGENIC REEFS AND ADJACENT SALT MARSHES. The fellowship is designed to foster research within the North Carolina Coastal Reserve system. He is one of two recipients to receive up to $10,000 of funding to be spent in the 2014 calendar year. His research will take place in the Rachel Carson National Estuarine Research Reserve. Congratulations, Justin! By the way, if you are interested in helping Justin with the project, he is looking for an undergraduate student or recent graduate to work on the project with him this summer at IMS. Contact Justin if you are interested.
3431 Arendell St.
Morehead City, NC
Lesson plans for middle- and high-school teachers that focus on estuarine fish habitats can be found here.
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