Issue features oyster videos, black sea bass, marshes & more

Cover of Spring-Summer 2024 issue of Wrack Lines magazine“Natural Effects: Tales of Our Dynamic Environment” is the theme for the Spring-Summer 2024 issue of Wrack Lines magazine. Read about the fascinating project using GoPro cameras on oyster cages, research into the exploding population of black sea bass in Long Island Sound, and three scientists studying different aspects of Connecticut salt marshes.

Also in this issue is an interview with children’s book author and illustrator Bonnie Rose Sullivan, creator of Rory and Mo are Ocean Farmers, and the cutting-edge project in Old Saybrook that enhances shoreline resilience.

Find the entire issue here.

Individual articles:

Editor’s column, contents and contributors

Oyster cage videos a powerful tool for lessons on shellfish benefits

Are black sea bass becoming ‘the new cod’ in the Sound’s warming waters?

Sparrows, marsh movement and grass genetics: the latest in salt marsh research from Connecticut scientists

10 Questions with Bonnie Rose Sullivan: with playful illustrations, engaging characters, she shares her love of sugar kelp

Old Saybrook community faced its climate reality with a cutting-edge project

What’s in our names?, back cover

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