3431 Arendell St.
Morehead City, NC
Lesson plans for middle- and high-school teachers that focus on estuarine fish habitats can be found here.
Lab Musings (mostly)
- Balloons of Lava Bubble into the Ocean from Seafloor Blisters https://t.co/EnVPnXWLFW about 21 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Accounting for Accelerated East Coast Sea Level Rise https://t.co/gKKjGHl9Wy about 21 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Of course oyster reefs (hard) impede marsh (soft) erosion, but they also preserve carbon-rich seds @jtridge https://t.co/K1S1zT7G0w 07:09:57 PM June 02, 2017 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
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Tag Archives: oyster reef
We completed the restoration project after constructing reefs with 3,500 bushels of shell and planting 2,000 bundles of marsh grass. It took 2.5 days with 15 people working, including students, technicians, summer researchers, and faculty. I’m really pleased with the … Continue reading
QUEST joined us in Back Sound, a shallow body of water behind Shackleford Banks, North Carolina, to learn about our work with oyster reefs. We were laser scanning a natural reef that formed on a sandflat in an area that … Continue reading
Last week Ethan, Justin, and Taylor visited that washover fan on Onslow Beach that formed during Hurricane Irene to measure aeolian transport during a wind event. They noticed that backbarrier marsh and oyster reefs were being buried by wind-blown sand. … Continue reading