A year ago, eastern North Carolina was hit over a six-week period by three large hurricanes. The large-scale environmental effects began to be recorded as soon as each one subsided; the scientific underpinnings of their longer-term effects continue to be analyzed. This article details the short and longer-term effects on the hydrology and biota of Pamlico Sound, the second largest estuary in the United States.
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