First State Geology Newsletter Signup

First State Geology has been the newsletter of DGS for over 25 years.

Click here to signup!

Site content related to keyword: "Sea Grant"

Centralizing resources - Delaware Sea Grant researchers develop infrastructure to house flood, high water mark data

University of Delaware researchers in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment are developing a centralized database and website to capture flood data in an effort to better understand and document the extent and severity of flooding in Delaware. In particular, the research team is focusing on data related to high water marks (HWM), the maximum level reached by the sea at high tide, or by a lake or river at its highest stand.

Protecting tidal wetlands - UD scientists study tidal flow, sediment movement in Kent salt marsh

Three University of Delaware scientists are studying tidal water flow and sediment movement in a Kent County salt marsh to better understand changes to the marsh ecosystem due to a rising sea level.

Celebrating Earth Science - Delaware Geological Survey supplies educational materials to teachers for Earth Science Week

Delaware Geological Survey’s David Wunsch helps prepare for Earth Science Week by distributing educational kits at Coast Day on Oct. 7.

Delaware Geological Survey recently distributed Earth Science Week teacher kits at Coast Day.