Fellow monitors water quality for brook trout swimming upstream

Fellow monitors water quality for brook trout swimming upstream

More than 600 streams in Virginia serve as pathways for brook trout, which navigate these streams to get to spawning grounds.

Herding ‘cats’

Herding ‘cats’

New fishing gear offers potential solution for the Bay’s blue catfish surge

Two Virginia students awarded NMFS-Sea Grant fellowships

Two Virginia students awarded NMFS-Sea Grant fellowships

NMFS and Sea Grant have announced the 2021 cohort of their Fellowship in Population and Ecosystem Dynamics and Marine Resource Economics.

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New program reporting & project coordinator joins Virginia Sea Grant

New program reporting & project coordinator joins Virginia Sea Grant Virginia Sea Grant welcomes our new program reporting and project coordinator, Renee Sanders. Sanders will lead efforts for federal and state reporting and will assist with program operations through project management and grant administration support. “Renee’s prior experience as a wildlife biology specialist and a

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Fellowships & Internships

Marine science in the cloud: Knauss fellow assists with data policy

As a Knauss Fellow working with the NOAA’s chief data officer, Chase Long worked on the data management strategy for the agency. During his fellowship, Long learned about recent federal policies driving NOAA’s efforts to make their data FAIR—findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable—like the Big Data Project.

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Coastal & Ocean Literacy

A little blue marble in Washington, D.C.

“Hi!” I exclaimed, “I’m Amanda Laverty. I’m a Sea Grant Knauss Fellow working with the NOAA Marine Debris Program. I admire you so much for everything you’ve contributed to science and to the world. Thank you for all that you do.”

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Coastal Communities

Survey shows flooding risks and realities
in three Hampton neighborhoods

To document the flooding experiences of local residents, a research team surveyed three historic neighborhoods in Hampton, Virginia, that are vulnerable to flooding.The survey asked residents about their experiences with flooding and adaptive measures they have taken to increase their resilience. Homeowners also rated their ability to cope with flooding, and what flood impacts would cause them to consider relocation.

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