Welcome to the web site for Sediment and Solute Transport on Rivers and Margins (SSTORM) Research Group! Reide Corbett and J.P. Walsh from East Carolina University and the UNC Coastal Studies Institute lead the team.
Check out our research in/on wetlands, estuaries, barrier islands, shelves and groundwater.

Monday, March 21, 2016

The Smoking Sea

When cold air blows across a warm sea surface, a fog forms; this is called sea smoke.  The storm system passing over us now is associated with cold front.  The cold wind moving over the warm Gulf Stream waters is producing a cool display of sea smoke.


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