Campus at the Coast
Learn about the college's marine science education, research and outreach at NC State's Center for Marine Sciences and Technology.
What Can Researchers Learn by Eavesdropping on Fish?
Researchers are learning how fish use oyster reefs by using underwater acoustic surveys.
The Final Frontier: Deep-Ocean Discoveries and 21st Century Challenges
Join us for a lecture on deep-ocean discoveries and sustainability by Lisa Levin.
Student Spotlight: Leveraging Interdisciplinary Experiences
Since joining NC State as a Park Scholar, Hannah Cooper ’21 has been making the most of every opportunity that comes her way.
Oceanographer He Named Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Professor
The professorship was made possible by a gift from longtime NC State supporters Jim and Ann Goodnight.
How Frequent Hurricanes Change Estuarial Ecosystems
An NC State researcher explains how increased hurricane frequency can lead to increased algal blooms, fish kills and dead zones in estuaries.
Researchers Create More Complete Picture of Freshwater Toxic Algal Blooms
A two-year study of North Carolina’s Jordan Lake found that multiple cyanotoxins from toxic algal blooms are present year-round, albeit in very low concentrations.
“Space” Invader: Invasive Marine Fouling Species Crowds Out Natives
An invasive species of tunicate known as Clavelina oblonga crowds out and overgrows other marine fouling species and reduces biodiversity.
Dust, Pollution and Decreasing Oxygen in the Tropical Pacific
For the past several decades, researchers have been tracking the decline in dissolved oxygen in the tropical Pacific Ocean. A new theory may provide part of the explanation – air pollution.
Oh, Snap! What Shrimp Sound Patterns Tell Us About Reef Ecosystems
The noisemaking habits of snapping shrimp can tell us a lot about the health of reef environments.