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    For over 125 years, UNC-Chapel Hill has been advancing, teaching, and sharing marine science knowledge.  From the coast of North Carolina to distant shores across the globe, the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences, in Morehead City, focuses on water quality, fisheries, coastal ecosystems, and coastal hazards resilience. We conduct innovative research, offer experiential learning, provide unending public service, and encourage entrepreneurial pursuits.  Plus we hang out on boats, in salt marshes, and on rivers, sounds, and the ocean — with sharks, oysters, puffer fish, and all sorts of charismatic critters! Join us in our efforts to benefit the citizens of North Carolina, humankind across the globe, and the coastal environment itself. Give today!

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    Get out the Greek alphabet, @NHC_Atlantic tweets. Tropical Storm Wilfred has formed in far Atlantic. We've run out of traditional names. TD22 in the Gulf of Mexico is close to becoming Alpha. Only 2nd time we'll have had to use Greek alphabet (2005 was first).

    Graduate school opportunity available here at @VIMS_News and @williamandmary! Dr. Piero Mazzini is recruiting a #PhD student for an @NSF funded research project in coastal physical oceanography. Applications are due by Jan. 6th.
    Details at https://mazzinilab.github.io/opportunities

    NEWS RELEASE
    Public comment period open for the Cape Hatteras National Seashore Sediment Management Framework Draft Environmental Impact Statement

    The 45-day comment period ends on November 2, 2020.

    Read more: https://www.nps.gov/caha/learn/news/public-comment-period-open-for-the-cape-hatteras-national-seashore-sediment-management-framework-draft-environmental-impact-statement.htm

    A high risk of rip currents remains a concern across all beaches today! Swimming conditions will continue to be very dangerous through the weekend and into next week as swell builds associated with Hurricane Teddy. #ncwx

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