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Multiplier analysis of MASGC projects

The U.S. industries targeted by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium research, education and outreach projects during the past decade were grouped under four focus areas.

Under “sustainable fisheries and aquaculture,” the following...

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By: Ben Posadas / Published: Apr 29, 2015

Oh, the places they’ll go

What do Sea Grant students do?

Since the 1970s, MASGC has supported over 650 graduate students. We support graduate-level students in the sciences, education, law, architecture and planning schools and business. Our students have been successful in...

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By: Loretta Leist / Published: Apr 22, 2015

Rain barrel program helps fight runoff issues

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, polluted runoff is the number one water quality problem in the country.

This problem is exacerbated in urban areas due to the higher amount of impervious cover which leads to greater volumes of...

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By: Christian Miller / Published: Apr 08, 2015

2015: The Oyster Trail grows longer

The Oyster Trail is an interactive scavenger hunt through Mobile and Baldwin counties in Alabama. With 20 stops currently, and six more planned, you can travel around Mobile Bay along the Trail completing the hunt for oyster-related information....

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By: PJ Waters / Published: Mar 31, 2015