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Extension Learning Center
 
Welcome to the learning center. On this page you’ll find links to helpful resources and materials to help you become more knowledgeable about the areas in which the extension team works.


HEALTHY COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS


Our Environmental Health
A brief PDF describing how human activity changes the coast, and how the coastal environment affects human health and wellness.

Our Biodiversity
A brief PDF outlining the direct and indirect benefits provided to South Carolina citizens by the natural environment.

Carolina Clear
Clemson Extension's water resource program that partners with communities in South Carolina to provide stormwater education, outreach, and public involvement opportunities.


SUSTAINABLE COASTAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMY

Our Ocean Mineral and Energy Resources
A brief PDF outlining the different mineral and energy resources that coastal South Carolina provides its citizens.

South Carolina Guide to Beachfront Property
A guide that addresses issues related development on beachfront properties in residential areas.

MyCoast: King Tides

Introduction to king tides and a tool that is used to document and report king tides to SCDHEC to assess their long-term impacts.

S.C. Working Waterfronts: Traditions in Transition
This story map focuses on five working waterfronts in S.C in the face of changing culture and climate: Murrells Inlet; Georgetown; McClellanville; Shem Creek; and Port Royal

Low Impact Development Manual
A planning a design guide tailored for Coastal South Carolina

Our Coastal Future Forum
A research project and forum to explore a public process for decision-making.


WEATHER AND CLIMATE RESILIENCE

Our Coastal Weather and Climate

A brief PDF outlining changes in weather and climate in South Carolina, including global warming, changes in sea level, flooding, extreme rainfall, drought, and what ways humans can act.

Climate Fact Sheet
Summarized climate-related information specific to South Carolina and the Southeast.

National Climate Assessment, Southeast and Caribbean Chapter
Interagency report on the ongoing impacts of climate change in the Southeastern United States and Caribbean

CISA Climate Science and Support for Adaptation Planning
The Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA) team conducts applied research in North Carolina and South Carolina that incorporates climate information into water, health and coastal management and decision making.


SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE

Our Living Marine Resources

A brief PDF describing the plants and animals that help support South Carolina’s economy, and how the coastal habitat, stormwater, and invasive species alter them.

SC Working Waterfronts
A research project and public meetings to characterize and plan for the future of five major coastal communities in South Carolina.


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