Well, it’s been a while! I admit that keeping up with the blog has been harder than I expected it to be. We’ve had quite a few things going on here at Sea Grant – we hosted the 2009 Sea Grant Climate Network (SGCN) workshop, “Climate Adaptation in Coastal Communities: A Network Approach to Outreach.” [...]
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What a busy month! I got in a little vacation time, but more recently I’ve been on the road. First, last week I attended a meeting for several university researchers who have projects funded under the North Carolina Pilot Project portion of the Ecological Effects of Sea Level Rise (EESLR) Program, under NOAA’s National Centers [...]