Find the source materials for Robert J. Klee’s article in the Spring-Summer 2021 issue of Wrack Lines.
Plastic pollution is focus of 2019 arts awardee’s work Exhibit offers fresh look at coastal environment, maritime heritage Whale, object sculptures to be created by Sea Grant artist awardees CTSG Art Award Recipients
The “Climate, Health and Cost Impacts of Solar-Electric Pump-out Boats,” poster from research project with the Yale School of Public Health and the Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative, can be found here: solar.boat_.poster.pptx
After you read the Spring-Summer 2020 issue of Wrack Lines, take this multiple-choice quiz and submit your answers with your name and age for a prize drawing.
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More facts and photos from the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve.
The first food safety guide for the production and processing of kelp and Gracilaria, another type of edible native seaweed, is available for download.
Vibrant paintings of the lower Connecticut River share space with images of polluted waterways in India and mixed-media works evoking future water wars and the power and physical properties of water in an exhibit that opened last week at The William Benton Museum of Art. “Unfiltered” features the works of 11 contemporary and six 19th […]
Spring/Summer 2004Be careful of the undertow,” my mother warned in somber tones when I went off with friends for a summer swim at Misquamicut Beach, Rhode Island, in my youth. “It’s very powerful and can pull you away from shore–right out to sea!” An inexperienced swimmer, I nodded gravely and went happily on my way […]
Spring/Summer 2004Letter From the EditorTo Our ReadersI hope you’ve all enjoyed your summer as much as I did. I had a great time helping to introduce my granddaughter, Emily, to the Atlantic Ocean (she approved). By the time you get this issue, though, our beach paraphernalia will be wistfully stowed away. Nevertheless, if you’re heading […]