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Living Shorelines – by Joe Guastella – 032622

This presentation was part of the LBI foundations Science Saturday program. It was presented in March of 2022 - This session will tell you about projects that are underway, what we are learning and how much still needs to be done.

The Offshore Wind Farm Round-Up Issue #4 August 8, 2022

This Round-Up edition includes links related to o Questions prompted by a recent article in The Sandpaper regarding visibility of the offshore wind o The timeline for the creation and release of the final version of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the...

The Offshore Wind Farm Round-Up Number 3 July 11, 2022

This Round-Up edition includes links related to o tourism and the presence of offshore wind energy farms o the comparison of an image recently published in The Sandpaper from Save LBI, Inc and a publicly accessible simulation image o navigation lights at the base of...

The Offshore Wind Farm Round-Up Number 2 June 13, 2022

This Round-Up edition includes links and information related to o the effect of the wind turbines on right whales o the impact of the wind farm on migratory birds o aviation lighting at night on the wind turbines o fact checking, per readers' questions

The Offshore Wind Farm Round-Up Number 1 May 9, 2022

This Round-Up edition includes links related to the o effect of noise on marine life o cost of electricity o impact of turbines on the Cold Pool o Rutgers study on the visibility of the wind turbines o lawsuit filed against Bureau of Ocean Energy Management...

NJ Commercial Shellfish Aquaculture

This website is the result of a multi-agency effort to provide both new and existing shellfish growers with resources on a variety of topics related to commercial shellfish aquaculture in New Jersey all in one place. This includes, but is not limited to: leasing,...

The State of High Tide Flooding and 2022 Outlook – High Water1

High-tide flooding, often referred to as “king tides,” “nuisance,” or “sunny day” flooding, is becoming increasingly common due to years of sea level rise. High Tide Flooding (HTF) is defined as the overflow or excess accumulation of ocean water at high tide that...

Stockton to Monitor New Mill Creek Oyster Reef

Restoration Efforts Expand with a Second Reef Christine Thompson, assistant associate professor of Marine Science, and students will track the growth and survivorship of the oysters that were planted by Dale Parsons, a fifth-generation oyster farmer of Parsons Seafood...

RCTB Phytoplankton Research 2022 – Data Graphs By Location

This research is part of the Save Barnegat Bay Student Grant Program with funding from the RCTB Lou Fellner Memorial Fund.  RCTB has been growing shellfish at 10 or more locations in the Barnegat Bay Estuary since 2005. Shellfish including: clams, scallops, oysters,...

New Jersey Bureau of Stormwater Permitting

Tier A municipalities are generally located within the more densely populated regions of the state or along or near the coast. The Tier A permit addresses stormwater quality issues related to both new and existing development.

New Jersey Storm Water.org – stormwater

Welcome to NJDEP's stormwater web site for stormwater management professionals and permittees. Here you'll find links to technical information, guidance materials, forms, and applications. General guidance and resources regarding stormwater runoff are also available...