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  • Graduate Student Receives Fellowship to Study Invasive Phragmites

    Invasive species, such as the common reed Phragmites australis, pose significant threats to local ecosystems by outcompeting native flora and displacing indigenous habitat.  Recently, UNC Institute of Marine Sciences (UNC IMS) graduate student Mollie Yacano was selected to be a recipient of a North Carolina Sea Grant and Albemarle Pamlico Estuary Partnership joint fellowship to study Phragmites throughout the Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine System.  …Read More

  • Uncovering Clues to the Identity of the Pappy’s Lane Shipwreck

    By India Mackinson, UNC Institute for the Environment, Outer Banks Field Site. The Pappy’s Lane shipwreck was an enigma from the start. Going into the project, all Dr. Nathan Richards knew of the wreck was from limited oral history, leaving the name, the type of vessel, and the date of the wreck itself a mystery. …Read More

  • Five Fridays Lecture Series – Early Career Contributions in Coastal and Climate Science

    The Five Fridays Seminar Series: Early Career Contributions in Coastal and Climate Science features early career speakers who are visionaries in their respective fields of research and have published cutting edge papers. Their studies serve as templates for truly integrating natural and social sciences.  Since 2011, the five speakers have authored or co-authored 4 publications …Read More

  • Maritime Archaeological Drafting: The Science and Art of Shipwreck Recording

    By India Mackinson – UNC Institute for the Environment, Outer Banks Field Site With technology more accessible than ever before, it’s easy to forget the essentiality of pencil and paper, especially for maritime archaeology. Dr. Nathan Richards and nine East Carolina University graduate students have studied the Pappy’s Lane shipwreck in Rodanthe for two weeks, …Read More

  • Interdisciplinary Research and Interns on the Pappy’s Lane Shipwreck

    By Meghan Savona, First Flight High School Intern A maritime archaeology research project is currently underway in the Pamlico Sound off Rodanthe, NC. The shipwreck known as “Pappy’s Lane Wreck” is being studied because of its potential historical, archaeological, interpretive, and educational significance. While the identity of the Pappy’s Lane Wreck is currently unknown, it’s …Read More

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