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DNREC, DNERR collaborate on new national study examining sea level rise in tidal marshes

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR), a partnership between DNREC and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), recently collaborated with 15 other National Estuarine Research Reserves in 13 coastal states on a first-in-the-nation research study that examined the capabilities of tidal marshes to keep pace with sea level rise. Results of the pioneering study, “Rising to the Challenge: Will Tidal Marshes Survive Rising Seas?” were recently published in Biological Conservation, an internationally-recognized journal of conservation and natural resource management. The study included a tidal marsh resiliency assessment of DNERR’s St. Jones Reserve in Dover.




9th Annual Blackbird Creek Fall Festival to celebrate Delaware’s natural treasures Saturday, Oct. 15

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) and DNREC will showcase one of the most natural areas in Delaware – which includes autumn’s vibrant foliage within the lush landscape and pristine waters of the Blackbird Creek Reserve – with the 9th Annual Blackbird Creek Fall Festival to be held Saturday, Oct. 15 on the Delaware Bayshore Byway.




DNREC, Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve celebrating National Estuaries Week Sept. 17-24

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) will host a variety of special events for National Estuaries Week at the Blackbird Creek Reserve and St. Jones Reserve on September 24




Delaware fourth graders ‘Make a Splash’ and learn about protecting water resources

More than 720 fourth-grade students from seven elementary schools participated in the Make a Splash festival, an event that educates students on the diversity of estuary life and the importance of Delaware’s water resources.




Training workshop on managing invasive plants set for April 24; registration required by April 22

A training workshop on preventing and managing invasive plants and supporting healthy habitats will be held 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 24 at the St. Jones Reserve, 818 Kitts Hummock Road in Dover. The workshop is a partnership among DNREC’s Delaware Coastal Training Program, the Delaware Invasive Species Council and the Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council.







 Pages Tagged With: "DNERR"

DNREC, DNERR collaborate on new national study examining sea level rise in tidal marshes

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR), a partnership between DNREC and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), recently collaborated with 15 other National Estuarine Research Reserves in 13 coastal states on a first-in-the-nation research study that examined the capabilities of tidal marshes to keep pace with sea level rise. Results of the pioneering study, “Rising to the Challenge: Will Tidal Marshes Survive Rising Seas?” were recently published in Biological Conservation, an internationally-recognized journal of conservation and natural resource management. The study included a tidal marsh resiliency assessment of DNERR’s St. Jones Reserve in Dover.




9th Annual Blackbird Creek Fall Festival to celebrate Delaware’s natural treasures Saturday, Oct. 15

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) and DNREC will showcase one of the most natural areas in Delaware – which includes autumn’s vibrant foliage within the lush landscape and pristine waters of the Blackbird Creek Reserve – with the 9th Annual Blackbird Creek Fall Festival to be held Saturday, Oct. 15 on the Delaware Bayshore Byway.




DNREC, Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve celebrating National Estuaries Week Sept. 17-24

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) will host a variety of special events for National Estuaries Week at the Blackbird Creek Reserve and St. Jones Reserve on September 24




Delaware fourth graders ‘Make a Splash’ and learn about protecting water resources

More than 720 fourth-grade students from seven elementary schools participated in the Make a Splash festival, an event that educates students on the diversity of estuary life and the importance of Delaware’s water resources.




Training workshop on managing invasive plants set for April 24; registration required by April 22

A training workshop on preventing and managing invasive plants and supporting healthy habitats will be held 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 24 at the St. Jones Reserve, 818 Kitts Hummock Road in Dover. The workshop is a partnership among DNREC’s Delaware Coastal Training Program, the Delaware Invasive Species Council and the Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council.