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Archived – 2006-2008 Omnibus Research Projects
 

Coastal Ocean Processes – ARCHIVED FY06-08
Research focuses on process dominating the coastal ocean in the South Atlantic Bight, with emphasis on oceanography, pollution, and fisheries dynamics.

Ecosystem Dynamics – ARCHIVED FY06-08
The research goal is to enhance the availability and quality of marine, estuarine, and freshwater resources.

Coastal Natural Hazards – ARCHIVED FY06-08
Researchers study the nature of hazards to help public and private sectors learn how to plan for them and lessen their impact.

Marine Aquaculture and Fisheries – ARCHIVED FY06-08
Aquaculture, ecotourism, and marine recreation are just a few of the issues that Sea Grant studies to create opportunities compatible with long-term conservation of coastal resources.

Emerging Technologies – ARCHIVED FY06-08
Researchers concentrate on developing marine-based techniques and products for commercial and industrial use. They also explore low-cost solutions to coastal resource problems.

Coastal Communities and Economics – ARCHIVED FY06-08
Research and activities assist coastal communities and businesses manage growth and sustainable economic development.

Marine Education – ARCHIVED FY04-06
An important goal of the Consortium is to design and implement educational programs that foster a more scientifically and environmentally trained workforce and K-12 teachers.

Archived – 2006-2008 Omnibus Research Projects
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