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Coastal Tourism Tested by Climate Change

Sea level rise, flooding, warming waters, and erosion are rapidly changing the coastal landscape – challenging marine and coast-related tourism industries to adapt.

Boat Disposal Plan Progresses

In an effort to recycle “dead” fiberglass boats, Rhode Island Sea Grant is working to partner with com­panies that burn industrial waste for energy.

Sea Grant Programs Seek Public's Support

Sea Grant programs are asking their constituents to immediately contact their members of Congress to advocate for protecting the Sea Grant College Program.

Quahog Hot Spots in Narragansett Bay

Researchers find that the swimming behavior of microscopic larval quahogs affects where they end up in the bay.

Cashing in on Offshore Sand Deposits

Researchers discuss what it takes to restore and sustain southern Rhode Island's shore.

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