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Researchers at Lenoir-Rhyne University outfit herons with GPS and Fitbit-like trackers.
Forage fish stocks are overused, but this Greensboro startup has a solution.
Most rivers have an assigned watchdog, often called a riverkeeper.
Large and small, flying or crawling or jumping, NC State's bug collection has it all.
Coastal hardening threatens salt marshes. Here's why we should care.
We follow students on their research project to find out what happens at night in a marsh.
Wilson Bay near Jacksonville, NC was a dead body of water. No longer.
Find out why the sculpture of Bacchus is getting pulled apart.
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Parasites are nature's freeloaders.
Estuaries are thriving but delicate ecosystems for a rich assortment of plants and animals
MIT scientist Kerry Emanuel describes why climate change is leading to stronger storms.
The NC sweet potato market in Europe has grown by 1100% in 10 years.
NASA's Cassini mission discovered some intriguing information about one of Saturn's moons.
Longitudinal waves compress and expand the medium in the same direction as the wave.
Transverse waves move the medium in a perpendicular direction to the wave’s direction.
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