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Support Grows for Living Shorelines in North Carol...

Tracy Skrabal, of North Carolina Coastal Federation, instructs workshop participants in the use of the dibbler for planting Spartina alterniflora at a Living Shoreline site on Pivers Island. Credit: North ...
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Volunteers Enhance the Living Shoreline of Rachel ...

A group of enthusiastic volunteers helped plant Spartina alterniflora, or salt marsh cordgrass, at the Rachel Carson Reserve, a component of the North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve in Beaufort, ...
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Sea Level Rise Could Drown Some North Carolina Sal...

Natural fringing marshes in Carteret County, N.C., may not be able to keep up with sea level rise. A recent study shows that, over the last 10 years, these marshes ...
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Marine Life in Gulf of Mexico Face Multiple Challe...

By Maggie Broadwater, guest blogger from NOAA's Harmful Algal Bloom Analytical Response Team. A bottlenose dolphin calf in the Gulf of Mexico. Credit: NOAA. Animals living in coastal waters can ...
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Project Finds Fish Prefer Natural Shorelines

The U.S. benefits from a wealth of resources and activities that depend on healthy coastal habitats. However, these habitats are being degraded by extensive hardening of shorelines due to climate-driven ...
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Rock Sills Used for Salt Marsh Stabilization May A...

NCCOSfunded scientists from the University of North Carolina documented the effect of rocky sills (shore-parallel, rock structures) on near shore habitat. Short rock sills are a common stabilization method and ...
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