Virginia Tech’s Rae Kuprenas will sample, measure, and model mud clumps to improve the general understanding of how sediment moves in Chesapeake Bay.
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Virginia Sea Grant is now soliciting applications for the inaugural 2017 Commonwealth Coastal & Marine Policy Fellowship.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science professor talks about the causes and effects of climate change during Virginia Coastal Policy Center speaker series.
July’s Hampton Roads Adaptation Forum sought to provide scientists, planners, engineers, emergency managers, and other end users with the latest science in sea level rise.
Virginia Sea Grant is pleased to announce the availability of graduate research fellowships for the 2017-2019 academic years. The fellowship is open to full-time graduate students at any Virginia academic institution who are engaged in coastal and marine research relevant to Virginia, and the Virginia Sea Grant strategic plan. In addition to supporting the student’s […]
James Madison University joins the Virginia Sea Grant community, a network of partner institutions that now runs seven strong.
Six graduate students from Virginian universities will serve as Knauss fellows in 2017.
A fellow pairs bacteria and a robot shaped like a crab to remove toxic PCBs from Chesapeake Bay.
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center (VCPC) is holding its annual conference on Friday, December 2, 2016.
The William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review (ELPR) has received the Law Student Program of the Year Award for their environmental justice symposium.
As a NOAA coastal management fellow, a VCU postgraduate will develop tech to map New York resources.
Walter Boynton, who helped establish that excess nutrients degraded the Chesapeake Bay’s water quality and habitats, will receive the Mathias Medal.
A fellow is trying to find out if a bloodsucking parasite is contributing to decline of American eels.
Wetlands Watch in partnership with Virginia Sea Grant work together to combat the tangible threats of sea level rise in coastal Virginia.
A fellow is tracking trends in private oyster lease use to find out what factors might be limiting oyster growers from using them in Chesapeake Bay.
ODU extension encourages service learning partnerships that increase resiliency in underserved coastal communities.
Six students from NY, NJ, DE, and VA will spend a year working on coastal storms research.
Virginia Sea Grant and Clark Nexsen’s first joint coastal resiliency fellow connects communities through flooding management.
How do animals affect a salt marsh’s resilience to sea level rise?
Research Fellow Melissa Karp measured the value of restored oyster reefs as habitat in Chesapeake Bay tributaries.