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Fishing in Charleston, SC

3/20/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By Adam Young, Our US Harbors Fishing Expert. Introduction Charleston and the surrounding areas have a strong and rich fishing heritage, and a little something for every type of angler. From backcountry salt marshes, to offshore fishing, there are countless opportunities to wet a line in this historical waterfront region.… SEE MORE

SpringAstronomy by NOAA Office of Education/Kaleigh Ballantine

The Difference Between Meteorological and Astronomical Seasons

3/20/2023 by Anastasia Fischer

By NOAA. Astronomical seasons are based on the position of the Earth in relation to the sun, whereas meteorological seasons are based on the annual temperature cycle. The Earth’s annual trip around the sun forms the basis for the astronomical calendar in which seasons are defined by two solstices and… SEE MORE

Rebeccakardel, CC BY-SA 3.0 , Antique_Boat via Wikimedia Commons

Going Electric

3/18/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By As more builders introduce new models with electric propulsion, DIY types are converting their old boats with their own hands. When Dave and Danielle Baker and their two young children pull up to a marina and begin maneuvering into a slip, they often get wondering stares from people… SEE MORE

Michal Osmenda from Brussels, Belgium, CC BY-SA 2.0 , Fish_a_lot_of_fish_2152054969 via Wikimedia Commons

How Will Changes in Habitat Affect Fish in and Near the Chesapeake Bay?

3/14/2023 by Sanghamitra Sanghamitra

By NOAA-funded research has explored how different species, including the commercially important summer flounder and black sea bass, may change their habitat use due to climate change. In the Mid-Atlantic Bight—the coastal and estuarine waters from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina—water temperature is increasing at twice… SEE MORE