Public tours showcase how Rhode Island's coastal salt ponds are contributing to a growing aquaculture industry.
Researchers find warming temperatures and rising sea levels will reduce the effectiveness of conventional septic systems, which may have a significant impact on public and environmental health.
The tumultuous second-hand boat market, coupled with an ongoing trend of vessel abandonment, are products of the long-term, and often unanticipated resilience of fiberglass in the marine environment.
India Point Park in Providence will become the site of an experimental artificial reef that aims to restore shellfish to the river—not as a market crop or a source of subsistence, but as a mechanism to help purify the water.
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