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    Design Students Look at Landfill as Opportunity

    Graduate students from NC State’s Department of Landscape and Architecture visited UNC CSI’s facilities recently as part of a course focused on recovering landscapes. The students, under the direction of Jennifer Walker and Andrew Fox, professors at NC State University College of Design, as well as UNC CSI’s Sustainable Design Specialist, Robert McClendon, traveled by …Read More

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    Post-Matthew Beach Monitoring

    Children of today will likely tell their kids about the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew in eastern North Carolina.  While much of this water rise was induced by excessive rainfall and thus affected areas beyond the shoreline, there were also widespread ocean impacts along the NC coast, including damage from storm surge and shoreline erosion.  …Read More

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    In Search of Sargassum and Sea Turtles

    Researchers from the UNC Coastal Studies Institute (UNC CSI) and National Marine Fisheries Service Southeast Fisheries Science Center (NMFS SEFSC) NOAA Laboratory in Beaufort, NC embarked on a one-day cruise to the Gulf Stream offshore of Cape Hatteras, NC as part of a project to better understand the ecology of the Gulf Stream. Sargassum is …Read More

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    Estuarine Shorelines Mapped in Advance of Hurricane Matthew

    The Coastal Processes program at the UNC Coastal Studies Institute (UNC CSI) has been mapping estuarine shorelines as part of an ongoing research project to better understand our coastline and the processes that shape it, including the effects of storm events.  While many areas along the North Carolina coast are experiencing erosion, one area of …Read More

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    Wizard Training for Sonar Secrets at CSI

    It is Halloween season, and there’s no better time to learn the spells and secrets of wizards.  On October 3rd and 4th, curious scientists and students gathered at the UNC Coastal Studies Institute to become competent users of SonarWiz, a sophisticated and sneaky software for collecting and processing marine geophysical data.  Under the cover of …Read More

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