North Carolina King Tides

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The North Carolina King Tides Project is an initiative to document high water events. 🏖
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http://nckingtides.web.unc.edu/

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It's been a while but the NCKT Team is back at it! We installed three gauges last week in Currituck Sound at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education,  Audubon Pine Island Sanctuary and Center & the Kitty Hawk Woods Reserve! A big thanks to all the citizen scientists who will be collecting water-level data at these locations. #outerbankscenterforwildlifeeducation #pineislandaudubonsanctuary #kittyhawkwoodsreserve #uncims #kingtide #nckingtides
This week, coastal North Carolina is expecting higher and lower than normal water levels due to the New Moon on May 15th and lunar perigee on the 17th!

Join us by photo documenting any unusually high or low water levels through our website, just click "Submit a Photo or Report" to connect to our "What's your water level?" app.

To learn more about King Tides and how you can participate further, check out our website: bit.ly/ncktides 
#uncims #kingtide #highwater #nckingtides #coastalcarolina #citizenscience
The Town of Oriental,  NC was the most recent recipient of a staff water-level gauge! The Town Dock provided great coverage during its installation on Thursday, May 3rd. If you're stopping by The Bean for a cup of coffee, make sure you check out the new gauge on the town dock and send us a photo and report (http://nckingtides.web.unc.edu/). #citizenscience #uncims #kingtide #nckingtides #coastalcarolina
NEXT WEEK: The North Carolina Association of Floodplain Managers will be hosting a FREE webinar about how communities can get involved in water-level monitoring to help improve flood-risk planning through the King Tides Project. The webinar is next Thursday, May 10 from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM. See the flyer for information on speakers and how to register! #citizenscience #uncims #kingtide #nckingtides#coastalcarolina
Our most recent water-level gauge was installed last week in Washington, NC at the North Carolina Estuarium! Many thanks to the wonderful staff and volunteers who will be collecting daily readings. If you're visiting the NC Estuarium, snap a picture of the gauge and submit your photo and report on our website (bit.ly\ncktides). #uncims #kingtide #highwater #nckingtides #coastalcarolina @nc_estuarium
We had so much fun talking to students about tides and phases of the moon at Sturgeon City's Earth Day event last Friday! #citizenscience#uncims #kingtide #nckingtides #coastalcarolina #EarthDay2018#sturgeoncity
In light of tomorrow being International Citizen Science Day, we at NC King Tides would like to extend our biggest THANK YOU to all the wonderful citizen scientists who make this effort possible! #CitSciDay2018 #citizenscience #uncims #kingtide #nckingtides #coastalcarolina
It may have been cold, but the NCKT team dove right in yesterday to install yet another water-level gauge in Belhaven, NC! #uncims #kingtide#highwater #nckingtides #coastalcarolina
Winter storm Riley caused some exaggerated flooding in Eastern NC last week. These photos were captured in Kitty Hawk and Salvo. Thank you for your submissions! #highwater #nckingtides #coastalcarolina #obx
This week we had the pleasure of installing new water-level gauges at Carolina Beach Marina, Sandpiper Lane, and Carolina Beach State Park. Be on the lookout for these gauges if you are in the area and want to submit a photo or report to the NOAA What's your water level App! @unc_ims #kingtide #highwater #nckingtides #coastalcarolina
So excited we got to teach the 4th graders at Wrightsville Beach Elementary School about King Tides and water-level data collection and reporting yesterday. Thank you for hosting us Ms. Brooks, we are looking forward to your students' participation in this project! 
#uncims #kingtide #highwater #nckingtides #northcarolina #coastalcarolina
Gauge making season is upon us at IMS. This pretty fella will be installed at Wrightsville Beach Elementary School tomorrow! @unc_ims