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Study Shows Climate Change May Hinder Fish Conservation Efforts

For more than 20 years, conservationists in the Caribbean have been working to protect the endangered Nassau grouper. Thanks to those efforts, populations of this critical reef fish have stabilized in some areas. However, in a new paper authored by researchers from East Carolina University and the University of Texas at Austin, marine scientists show that climate change may severely hinder these conservation efforts by the end of this century.

REDE Retreat Discusses Interdisciplinary Research

Cross-discipline research was the topic at hand June 20 at the 2018 Research, Economic Development and Engagement Interdisciplinary Research Retreat held at Greenville’s Eastern Area Health Education Center. More than 80 East Carolina University researchers and department leaders joined REDE for the event, which included guest speakers from the University of Kentucky, North Carolina State University and the National Science Foundation.

Trio Recognized at Navy-Sponsored Symposium

A trio of East Carolina University researchers took home awards for their work at the eighth annual Naval Medical Center Camp Lejune’s Research Symposium. Stacey Meardon, Caitlin O’Connell and John Wilson represented ECU at the event, placing in the top three of their respective categories.