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NOWCAST NEWS AND NOTES ESTUARIE S BOUNC E BAC K AFTER Th e researchers noted one appeare d in the 22 June issue of HURRICANE S othe r inhabitant that did not th e Proceedings of the National A recent study of Pamlico Sound quickly bounc e back following the Academy of Sciences. and the Neuse River and Estuary in storms: the blue crab population "The overall story we see is of eastern Nort h Carolina reveals that declined steeply in the studied ar- estuarin e resilience to impacts the long-term effects of hurricanes eas. This, however, was attributed fro m these types of majo r storms," on estuaries may not be as severe not only to the hurricanes but also Burkholde r says. "The negative or as lasting as previously thought. t o overfishing. The blue crab predictions about long-term dev- Both of these water systems were populatio n does appear to be astation of water quality and fish- battere d by Hurrican e Fran in slowly returning to normal levels, eries, made right after the storms, 1996 and Hurricanes Dennis, accordin g to the research, which were not borne out." Floyd, and Irene in 1999. JoAn n Burkholder http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Abstract

NEWS AND NOTES ESTUARIE S BOUNC E BAC K AFTER Th e researchers noted one appeare d in the 22 June issue of HURRICANE S othe r inhabitant that did not th e Proceedings of the National A recent study of Pamlico Sound quickly bounc e back following the Academy of Sciences. and the Neuse River and Estuary in storms: the blue crab population "The overall story we see is of eastern Nort h Carolina reveals that declined steeply in the studied ar- estuarin e resilience to impacts the long-term effects of hurricanes eas. This, however, was attributed fro m these types of majo r storms," on estuaries may not be as severe not only to the hurricanes but also Burkholde r says. "The negative or as lasting as previously thought. t o overfishing. The blue crab predictions about long-term dev- Both of these water systems were populatio n does appear to be astation of water quality and fish- battere d by Hurrican e Fran in slowly returning to normal levels, eries, made right after the storms, 1996 and Hurricanes Dennis, accordin g to the research, which were not borne out." Floyd, and Irene in 1999. JoAn n Burkholder

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Published: Sep 1, 2004

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