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Triumph of the Weed
Coastal Heritage, Vol. 16, No. 3, Winter 2001
The biological invaders are coming! The Earth, conservationists say, could become increasingly dominated by hardy, prolific, adaptable exotic species such as the zebra mussel and the fire ant. 16 pp. FREE  VIEW PDF | ORDER

Coastal Growth Hits Home
Coastal Heritage, Vol. 16, No. 2, Fall 2001
Rural neighbors, developers, and conservationists wrangle over development and property rights. 16 pp FREE  VIEW PDF | ORDER

Shrimp Aquaculture: Challenges and Potential
Coastal Heritage, Vol. 16, No. 1, Summer 2001
Booming global trade enables animal viruses to race around the world. Now aquatic farmers and researchers are finding new strategies to contain them. 16 pp. FREE  (Out of Print) VIEW PDF

The Bird Chase
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 15, No. 4, Spring 2001
During the twentieth century, many of South Carolina's rice plantations were turned into hunting preserves, which later became a priceless necklace of wildlife along the coast. 16 pp. FREE  VIEW PDF | ORDER

The Salty Dogs
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 15, No. 3, Winter 2000
Would you notice if South Carolina's commercial fishermen disappeared? 16 pp. FREE   VIEW PDF | ORDER

The Beauty of Sprawl
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 15, No. 2, Fall 2000
If new Urbanists got their way, sprawling suburbs would become an endangered species. But the public, so far, isn't going along. 16 pp. FREE  VIEW PDF | ORDER

S.C. Sea Grant Consortium Five-Year Report
Coastal Heritage,
Vol. 15, No. 1, Summer 2000
This special double issue describes the major research, education, and outreach projects of S.C. Sea Grant from 1994 to 1999. 36 pp. FREE  ORDER

Living Soul of Gullah
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 14, No. 4, Spring 2000
Spawned by Africa and Europe, by slavery and isolation, the Gullah culture is fading into the modern world. 16 pp. FREE  VIEW PDF | ORDER

Reviving Eden
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 14, No. 3, Winter 1999-2000
Are ecological restorers bringing back long-lost landscapes—or creating an artificial, costly "nature"? 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Riches to Ruin: Pharaohs of the New World
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 14, No. 2, Fall 1999
Rice planters, who dominated the Lowcountry for almost two centuries, spawned the South Carolina coast's distinctive culture and its most enduring conflicts. 16 pp. FREE (Out of Print)  VIEW PDF

Storm Front
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 14, No. 1, Summer 1999
Since hurricanes Hugo in 1989 and Andrew in 1992, government has taken steps to reduce loss of life and property during giant storms, but citizens should also accept more responsibility to learn about their vulnerability to hurricanes. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Nature's Lessons: A Closer Look
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 13, No. 4, Spring 1999
Too many teachers, critics argue, promote a narrow ideology of doom and gloom about the planet's future. But a growing number of schoolchildren are learning important lessons about complex issues such as global warming, educators say. 16 pp. FREE  (Out of Print) 

You Are Here: New Horizons for Geography
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 13, No. 3, Winter 1998-99
Government planners increasingly use new geographic tools to manage development, conserve natural resources, and protect lives and property during natural disasters. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Pfiesteria Hysteria: Just When You Thought It Was Safe...
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 13, No. 2, Fall 1998
A famous new species of nuisance algae, Pfiesteria piscicida, is often described as a bizarre, freakish phenomenon, but it's just one small part of an international problem. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Early Europeans in America: Hurricanes Steer the Course of History
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 13, No. 1, Summer 1998
From the Chesapeake Bay to the Carolinas to Florida, the dreams of explorers and colonialists were often capsized by giant storms, creating long-lasting impacts on our heritage. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

New Visions for Growth: Investing in Open Spaces
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 12, No. 4, Spring 1998
Some South Carolina localities are considering innovative techniques to slow down suburban sprawl. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

The ABC's of Science Education
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 12, No. 3, Winter 1997-98
Educators and business leaders are initiating the first stages of ambitious reforms to change how young Americans learn math and science. 16 pp. FREE  (Out of Print) 

Armoring the Coast: Beachfront Battles Over Seawalls
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 12, No. 2, Fall 1997
How can South Carolina balance preservation of beaches against the rights of private landowners? 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Hurricanes 101: Lessons on Saving Lives & Property
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 12, No. 1, Summer 1997
Someday we could receive a double whammy: a huge storm that kills thousands of Americans and destroys more property than hurricanes Hugo and Andrew combined. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Exotic Species: The Aliens Have Landed
Coastal Heritage
, Vol. 11, No. 4, Spring 1997
Exotic species are ruining crops, forests and rangelands across North America, with a pricetag of millions of dollars a year. 16 pp. FREE  ORDER

Oyster Middens to Mosquito Fleet (Out of Print)
Coastal Heritage, November-December, 1982 - VIEW PDF


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