Discovery : Florida Sea Grant College Program, January 1, 1982-Decmber 31, 1983
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Discovery : Florida Sea Grant College Program, January 1, 1982-Decmber 31, 1983

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    Sea Grant is on a mission of discovery, seeking solutions to existing problems through research in the broad areas of coastal processes and development and living marine resources. And, since discovery by itself is not sufficient, this new information is relayed to relevant user groups through the Sea Grant Extension Program and Florida Sea Grant marine educational activities. Through the pages of this magazine, come along and discover what some of the Florida Sea Grant research, education, and extension efforts have accomplished during the past two years. Some main topics of interest in this magazine: SEA GRANT: A commitment to discovery; Miami's Biscayne Bay: Can water quality be improved?; Protected wetlands data compiled on aquatic preserves; Building pressure on wetlands increases; FLORIDA'S INLETS: Gateways to the sea; Beach Nourishment: Popular but controversial; HURRICANES: Storm surge predictions still not precise; If you can't evacuate, what then?; Reinforced concrete structures: Corrosion detection and durability studied; Fishing/Seafood​: When trash becomes treasure; SEAWATCH; Florida reef facts; Wind power cuts fuel costs; CRABS: blue, soft, and the newcomer: Deep sea crab debuts in the Gulf; Oysters: Backbone of Apalachicola's economy; Zeroing in on shellfish quality; Problems for the Calico scallop industry; Hard clams: storage IS the problem; Sharks: largest by-catch in swordfish industry; Shark fishery; Mullet: more consumers needed; Backyard aquaculture; Havesting sponges: a better way?; Homeowners vs. fishtraps; Better navigation, lower fuel costs; K-12: Sea Grant and the schools.
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