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Where North Meets South in the Sea

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Photo of Lyndie Hice and Glenn Wagner seining for Atlantic silversides near Cape Hatteras.

Scientists Lyndie Hice and Glenn Wagner seine for Atlantic silversides near Cape Hatteras.

Credit: Keith Dunton


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Photo of marine scientist David Conover with embryos from wild Atlantic silversides.

Marine scientist David Conover with embryos from wild Atlantic silversides.

Credit: Keith Dunton


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Photo of Atlantic silverside eggs attached to intertidal plants along shore with quarter for scale.

Atlantic silverside eggs attached to intertidal plants along the shore.

Credit: Keith Dunton


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Photo of Lyndie Hice checking water temperature and salinity along the coast of Maine.

Lyndie Hice checking water temperature and salinity before seining along the coast of Maine.

Credit: Tara Duffy


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Photo of buckets of larval Atlantic silversides in the laboratory.

Buckets of larval Atlantic silversides in the laboratory.

Credit: Lyndie Hice


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Photo of researchers Tara Duffy and Lora Clarke preparing a net for seining off South Carolina.

Researchers Tara Duffy and Lora Clarke prepare a net for seining off South Carolina.

Credit: Lyndie Hice


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