Science is cool. You start from a simple, “Hey, I wonder why …” and you end up with all sorts of nifty information. If you’re an angler, fisheries science is very important to you — that data is what determines bag and size limits and when the season is closed. If you don’t fish, marine science is still an important issue because what happens in the ocean affects the food we eat, the water we drink and even the air we breathe, to say nothing of the economic impacts of the ocean.
Want to know more about red tide? Water quality? Manatees? Tarpon? All the thousands of species great and small that make up the incredibly complex web of life that is the Charlotte Harbor estuary system? Me, too.
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