Category Archives: South Carolina

King Tide photography initiative

Submit your photographs of King Tide events to be a part of DHEC’s South Carolina King Tide Initiative in 2018. New tide charts have just been released and available online and in print. DHEC’s MyCoast mobile app (iTunes, Google Play) also allows citizen scientists to document King Tide events. MyCoast links each personal qualitative experience […]
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A letter from Charleston Waterkeeper’s Andrew J. Wunderley

The Keeper’s Report When fall sets in and the salt marsh turns a beautiful golden brown, it’s time to take a breath and reflect on what’s been done and what’s been left undone during the year. It’s a tradition I always anticipate because it nicely parallels the natural cycle of renewal beginning in our salt […]
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The laws of the land and the sea could care less about property rights

Stephanie Hunt, a former student of Dr. Orrin Pilkey, published a column for the Charleston City Paper reflecting on this year’s active hurricane season and the state of coastal development in our area. Read the article here: The laws of the land and the sea could care less about property rights. Then, as now (though […]
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