Sea Grant is a unique partnership between the nation's universities and its primary ocean agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The University of Connecticut is our State's Sea Grant College. Connecticut Sea Grant (CTSG) collaborates with maritime industries and coastal communities to identify needs, and fund research, outreach, and educational activities that have special relevance to Connecticut and Long Island Sound. Our mission is to foster wise use and conservation of our coastal and marine resources.

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Submissions from 2013

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Shifting Sands, Clay Arnold, Joel Stocker, and Juliana Barrett

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Partners in Spread Prevention, Nancy C. Balcom

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A New Planting Tool for Coastal Homeowners, Juliana Barrett

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Helping Connecticut Towns Plan for Climate Change, Juliana Barrett and Jennifer Pagach

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For the Birds, Milan Bull

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Nor'easter, Geneva Renegar

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Smart Phone App Puts Rain Gardens into Mobile Tech Mode, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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There's a New Crop in Town, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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A MAGICal Look at the Shore, Suzanne Zack

Submissions from 2012

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Setting the Sound Up for Success, Hillary Kenyon

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Of Gardens, Microorganisms, and Long Island Sound, Judy Preston

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Discovering the Light Bulb Tunicate, James F. Reinhardt PhD and Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten (editor) Ms.

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Reconciling Whales and Lobstermen, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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Remembering RMS Titanic a Century Later, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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Ken Beatrice: A Volunteer for all Seasons, Peg VanPatten

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The Breathing of the Bays, Jamie Vaudrey and Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten (editor)

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Gracilaria Culture Handbook for New England, Charles Yarish, Jang K. Kim, and Sarah Redmond

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Gracilaria Culture Handbook for New England, Charles Yarish, Sarah Redmond, and Jang K. Kim

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Gracilaria Culture Handbook for New England, Charles Yarish, Sarah Redmond, and Jang K. Kim

Submissions from 2011

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Long Island Sound and Climate Change: What is Going to Happen?, Juliana Barrett

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What Controls Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in Long Island Sound?, Hans G. Dam Ph.D., Michael Finiguerra, Christina Senft-Batoh, and Haley Flores

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A Rain Garden Grows in Bridgeport, Michael Dietz

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Tropical Storm Irene Delivered a Sunday Punch to Connecticut, Mary-Beth Hart

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The Heat is On: a Look into New England's Future Climate, David Nicosia

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Landmark Climate Change Nuisance Case Headed to Supreme Court, Niki L. Pace

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Rising Seas, Stormy Skies, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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The Dream of Seaweed Farming Becomes Reality in Long Island Sound, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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An Interview with Andrew Revkin, Bob Wyss

Submissions from 2010

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Connecticut Sea Grant Alumni-to There from Here, Nancy C. Balcom

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Protected Habitat is a Legacy of Generations, Nancy C. Balcom

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Scoping Out the Shorebirds of Summer, Milan Bull

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Pine Island: an Island Exploration, Syma Ebbin

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Where Can Sea Level Rise?, Joel Stocker

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Letter from the Editor Spring/Summer 2010, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

Submissions from 2009

A Muddy Mystery: What's Causing Sudden Vegetation Dieback in Connecticut's Marshes?, Wade Elmer

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Marine Spatial Planning is coming to an ocean near you, Robert S. Pomeroy

Oceans and Human Heath: Hand in Hand, Melissa Ryan and Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten

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DNA, Red Tide and the Sea: a new exhibit at Mystic Aquarium & IFE, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten

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Looking Ahead to Spring's Returning Bounty: Natal Homing, Jason Vokoun and Benjamin Gahagan

Submissions from 2008

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A Jewel in Our Midst: a photo essay of the Connecticut River, Nancy C. Balcom and Juliana Barrett

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Minding the 3 R's: Response, Remediation and Restoration, Anthony Dvarskas

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Recounting the Hurricane of 1938: local memories of a regional disaster, Syma A. Ebbin

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A Makeover for the Shenecossett Ponds– an Invasive Plant Management Project, Adrianne Loweth and Juliana Barrett

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Jeff Godfrey Dives into Science, Paul Mantikoski

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Mercury in the Ocean, Robert Mason

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The Horseshoe Crab Conundrum; can we Harvest and Conserve?, Jennifer Mattei

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An SOS for Sharks, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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Seal Appeal, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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Shifting Sand,, Shifting Strategies, Jenna Whewell

Submissions from 2007

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Remembering Richard H, Goodwin, Conservation Pioneer, Juliana Barrett

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Can Eelgrass and Aquaculture Coexist?, Tessa S. Getchis

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Red Shrimp Recipe, Chaz Paull

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Royal Red Shrimp-Stonington's Succulent Secret, Suzanne Zack

Submissions from 2006

HACCP Drives Safe Seafood, Nancy C. Balcom

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Hull Fouling’s a Drag on Boats and Local Ecosystems, Nancy C. Balcom

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Scientists Crying “Foul”: Sea Squirts are Invading Long Island Sound!, Stephan Bullard, Robert Whitlatch, Sandra E. Shumway, and Richard W. Osman

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Taking a Bite Outta Lobster Declines: Rhode Island's V-Notch Conservation Program, Warren "Ted" E. Colburn, Capt.

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Rapid Evolution Rampant at Sea, Hans G. Dam

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What’s Putting Some Aquaculturists in a “Foul” Mood?, Tessa S. Getchis

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Bringing the Lantern Home: Avery Point Tower Once Again Looks Like a Lighthouse, Stephen Jones

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Wading in Quinnipiac Mud Guides Career Path for Beth Owen, Tristan Kading

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“Phrag” is a Drag: a Bird's Eye View of a Pesky Invasive Plant, Sandy Prisloe

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A Decapod Crustacean "Who-Dun-it?", Peg VanPatten

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A Tale of Two Sparrows, Peg VanPatten

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Microbes and Mud: Give Scientist Clues About Life on Mars...and Earth, Peg VanPatten

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Spreading Shell Rot Disease "Eating" New England Lobsters, Peg VanPatten

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What Color is Your Carapace?, Cindy Weiss

Submissions from 2004

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A Sea Change for Our National Ocean Policy, Nancy C. Balcom

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A Year on the Hill (Capitol Hill, that is....): My experiences as a Connecticut Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellow, Laura Rear

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Beware the Grip of the Rip!, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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Sting, Peg VanPatten

Submissions from 2003

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Home, Wet Home: Why Peter Auster Observes Fish in Their Landscapes, Nancy C. Balcom

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Lobster Resource Showing No Signs of Recovery as Research Progresses, Nancy C. Balcom

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Rapid Evolution Rampant at Sea, Hans G. Dam

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Can Anglers Manage Themselves?: New Ideas for Recreational Fisheries Management, Robert Johnston and Jon G. Sutinen

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Lighthouses Illuminate Area's Richness, Stephen Jones

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Marine Protected Areas: an Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management Tool, Robert Pomeroy

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Maritime Studies at UConn: An exciting new salty-flavored program for lucky students, Helen Rozwadowski

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Salty Dogs and 'Philosophers': a Saga of Seafaring Scientists and Sailors, Helen Rozwadowski

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Microbes and Mud: give scientist clues about life on Mars...and Earth, Peg VanPatten

Submissions from 2002

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Razor Clams …the Cutting Edge of Aquaculture !, Tessa S. Getchis

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Rights of Passage, Kathleen O'Neil

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From Frost to Fire: Where is a woman's place? Everywhere, if you are ocean explorer Annelie Skoog, Margaret (Peg) A. Van_Patten Ms.

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The Mad Hatter Mercury Mystery, Peg VanPatten