Trying to be heard above the storm on a narrow dune built to protect N.C. 12, coastal geologist Stan Riggs of East Carolina University spoke last March about erosion and sea-level rise. He quit Monday as a science adviser to the state saying his advice on proper coastal management was being ignored.
Trying to be heard above the storm on a narrow dune built to protect N.C. 12, coastal geologist Stan Riggs of East Carolina University spoke last March about erosion and sea-level rise. He quit Monday as a science adviser to the state saying his advice on proper coastal management was being ignored. Bruce Siceloff bsiceloff@newsobserver.com
Trying to be heard above the storm on a narrow dune built to protect N.C. 12, coastal geologist Stan Riggs of East Carolina University spoke last March about erosion and sea-level rise. He quit Monday as a science adviser to the state saying his advice on proper coastal management was being ignored. Bruce Siceloff bsiceloff@newsobserver.com

NC ignores warnings on coastal development

July 28, 2016 07:05 PM