SEPTEMBER 2019 CONTENTS
- How Do Sharks Respond to Internal Waves in the Ocean?
- Inspiring Girls in Science
- Knauss Profile: Amalia Aruda Almada
- Coastal Conference Series Spotlights Nantucket
- Sea Grant Participates in First Northeast Water Quality Monitoring Blitz
- Upcoming Workshop for Educators
- Knauss Fellowship Opportunity Now Open!
- Recent News
Salt Marsh Research News
Coastal seagrasses, mangroves and salt-marshes capture and hold carbon, often for thousands of years. But, a WHSG-supported study shows these carbon sinks are threatened by changing climate and environmental conditions.
»See the full article in Nature Geoscience
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