Three graduate students from Delaware will spend the next year in Washington, D.C. beginning in February as Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellows.
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Winter can be a fine time to explore Delaware’s empty beaches. However, you may spot another visitor to our coast during this time: seals. Many seal species travel south to feed in the mid-Atlantic’s rich waters, including harbor, harp, hooded, and gray seals. Read more
For years, commercial eel and whelk fishers have dealt with a dilemma: They know the best bait to attract eel and whelk, locally known as conch, is a female horseshoe crab. However, harvest limits are in place to protect the Delaware Bay’s horseshoe crab population and the threatened migratory...Read more
The Delaware Sea Grant College Program’s 2015 edition of the Reporter newsletter highlights the many ways that Sea Grant scientists are serving the Delaware coast.
Published annually, Reporter encourages readers to become informed, get involved and stay connected through...Read more