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Results: January 1996 to October 2014 > Coastal Science

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January 25, 2005

Where Are Mines Hiding on the Seafloor?

New research reveals how waves, currents, and swirling sands can bury mines

January 11, 2005

Rites of Passage for Juvenile Marine Life

Learning from the life-or-death journeys of barnacle, lobster, and clam larvae

December 16, 2004

Where the Rivers Meet the Sea

The transition from salt to fresh water is turbulent, vulnerable, and incredibly bountiful

December 10, 2004

Water Flowing Underground

New techniques reveal the importance of groundwater seeping into the sea

November 16, 2004

Rising Sea Levels and Moving Shorelines

New tools and techniques show promise for better predictions and decisions about coastline change

October 4, 2004

Shaping the Beach, One Wave at a Time

New research is deciphering how currents, waves, and sands change our shorelines

June 23, 2004

Mixing Oil and Water

Tracking the sources and impacts of oil pollution in the marine environment

April 1, 2004

The Grass is Greener in the Coastal Ocean

Coastal waters teem with life, but sometimes scientists can’t explain why

January 1, 2000

Where the Surf Meets the Turf

Scientists explore coastal processes that affect beaches

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