Science serving our coast and beyond: 2004 annual report
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Science serving our coast and beyond: 2004 annual report

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    This is the 2004 Annual Report. It includes North Carolina Sea Grant highlights, news and honors during the year. North Carolina Sea Grant continues to advance research, education and outreach programs focused on the needs of people, businesses and agencies responsible for coastal and marine resources. A university-​based science program, Sea Grant is a link between academic discoveries and the people of North Carolina. Together we build understanding and appreciation of the coastal ocean, sustainable use of its resources and better conservation. Thus, it is our challenge and privilege to join other coastal and Great Lakes states in a network of Sea Grant programs meeting the needs of our society. In particular, 2004 marked the receipt of the outstanding rating from our second Program Assessment Team review, conducted in September 2003, as well as other state and national awards. Our core-​funded researchers initiated projects in a two-year funding cycle, while the Sea Grant management team worked with our Outreach Advisory Board to identify current and emerging priorities. Sea Grant research projects sparked r additional funding from the National Science Foundation and other prestigious agencies. Results from the studies have been shared with state and federal agencies. Our staff and researchers have collaborated with dozens of agencies and involved many graduate students. In all, it has been a successful year.
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