In Praise of The Stony Brook Southampton Coastal and Estuarine Research Program (SCERP)  — “Like” Them on Facebook If You Care About The Fate of The Great South Bay and Every Bay

In Praise of The Stony Brook Southampton Coastal and Estuarine Research Program (SCERP) — “Like” Them on Facebook If You Care About The Fate of The Great South Bay and Every Bay

Please “Like” SCERP on Facebook if you want healthy bays! Why is SCERP’s (and Professor Christopher Gobler’s) research so important?   Because they are investigating the causes of algal blooms all around Long Island and the world.    Over the...
The Breach Report July 8th, 2013 – Damaging  Brown Tide Spreads Across Great South Bay, Cell Count Much Lower Near New Inlet – A Report From SCERP

The Breach Report July 8th, 2013 – Damaging Brown Tide Spreads Across Great South Bay, Cell Count Much Lower Near New Inlet – A Report From SCERP

With all the heavy rains in June, a lot of our ground water, heavily polluted by septic tanks and sewage, has washed into The Great South Bay, sparking the brown tide. The New Inlet is thus far keeping the brown tide out of the Eastern Great South Bay and Moriches...