2017 ICSP Slide Show
Jake Hochard received the 2018 Coastal-Maritime Council Coastal Scholar Award. The CMC is a forum for discussing internal and external issues and actions that are important to coastal and maritime interests campus-wide and at affiliated institutions. In accordance with its goal of encouraging research from non-tenured tenure-track faculty, the CMC recognizes outstanding scholarship contributing to our knowledge, understanding and improvement of physical, biological, and human systems of the coastal environment. Pictured here with Chancellor Staton. Photo by Cliff Hollis, ECU News.
Charlie Humphrey and Michael O'Driscoll, along with CRM students,Guy Iverson and Caitlin Skiebel, were featured in an ECU news release about their work restoring the Lick Creek watershed near Durham.
Reide Corbett will spend January through August, 2018, in France, based at the Université de Lille, Laboratoire d'Océanologie et de Géosciences. He will interact with French colleagues at their home institution in Lille, as well as the coastal institute in Wimereux. The goal of the proposed Fulbright research is to examine the exchange of sediments across the land-sea and benthic-pelagic boundaries in the Canche Estuary.
Jacob Hochard is principle investigator for an Environmental Protection Agency "Science To Achieve Results" (STAR) grant. The project is titled, "Integrating Human Health and Well-Being with Ecosystem Services: Risks from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) with Defensive Natural Capital Investments."
Alex Manda was the recipient of the Coastal-Maritime Council Coastal Research Award.
Congratulations to Roger Rulifson, who served 20 years on the Partnership for the Sounds Board of Directors. Learn more about the Partnership here.