The Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve (JC NERR) is one of the 28 national estuarine reserves created to promote the responsible use and management of the nation's estuaries through a program combining scientific research, education, and stewardship.
IN THE NEWS
- JC NERR WINTER/SPRING 2014 NEWSLETTER
- ‘Life on the Edge’ Estuary Exhibit Reopens at Tuckerton Seaport - The SandPaper
- Life on the Edge Exhibit Opens at Tuckerton Seaport - Asbury Park Press
- NJ Flood Mapper Now LIVE!
- Map Plots Rising Seas Street by Jersey Street
- Real World Science in Your Backyard: GeoSciences Education in Red Bank, NJ
- Federal, State and County Funds Join to Preserve a Salt Marsh
- JC NERR Winter Newsletter
- Barnegat Bay - Clean Up Options for Grants; an article from the Asbury Park Press
- Stormwater Management & Planning Tool for the Barnegat Bay Watershed (SWMPT)
- JC NERR Final Management Plan (Large File ~ 27 mb)
BARNEGAT BAY DOCUMENTS
LIFE ON THE EDGE
The “Life on the Edge” exhibit, the public gateway to the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve, was recently renovated and reopened to the public on Wednesday, August 21, 2013. A ceremony featuring remarks from Congressman Frank LoBiondo was held to commemorate the event. The exhibit is located on the second floor of the Yacht Club Building located at the Tuckerton Seaport in Tuckerton, New Jersey.
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