Future of NOAA and Water Workshop highlights challenges, tools

Have you ever thought about the future of water resources globally? There’s no question that water crises, such as floods and droughts, are increasing at a staggering rate, changing our world and transforming the way we think about and plan for...

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By: Karen Bareford / Published: Aug 16, 2018

Oyster gardening is growing in Mississippi

In Mississippi, the number of gardening sites tripled for 2018, with a total of 3,500 spat-set shells expected to produce 40,000 restoration oysters! The oysters are already growing nicely, and will be relocated to their permanent homes on local...

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By: Emma Cochran / Published: Aug 09, 2018

Floodplain managers in coastal Alabama form new workgroup

This July, 25 practitioners in coastal Alabama, including public officials from 12 jurisdictions, participated in the first Community Rating System (CRS) Users-Group meeting. This significant first step towards solidifying multi-jurisdictional...

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By: Hank Hodde / Published: Aug 06, 2018

Innovative projects selected for MASGC grant funding

The Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium held a grant competition for its 2018-2020 research program. Six research projects that address coastal issues in Alabama and Mississippi were selected to receive funding. They include the following:

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By: Melissa Schneider / Published: Jul 27, 2018

What will storm surge look like in the future?

An exciting new storymap has been released that shows what storm surge will look like in the northern Gulf of Mexico as sea levels rise. he coastal zone is a very dynamic place, with many ongoing processes such as tides and waves shaping our shores....

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By: Renee Collini / Published: Jul 27, 2018