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    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • A boat in the lobby of the Estuarium, strategically placed for hands-on experience for children
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • A closer view of Whiting Toler's representation of North Carolina. This interactive piece represents the importance of water and the natural environment to the state and to the world and shows how each element in the universe depends upon the...
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • A computer linked to a local TV affiliates weather station atop the Estuarium building. On this computer, a visitor can see not only the weather readings as they occur in real time, but also the recorded data collected from the Estuarium weather...
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • A work of art called "Chez Food Chain," by Washington artist Sam Wall. It depicts the food chain - a river otter has the birds and fish it eats sitting at its table, while each of those animals have the animals they eat sitting at their table,...
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • A work of art in the lobby of the museum, by Washington resident Whiting Toler. It is an interpretive rendering of the state of North Carolina and its environment, created from driftwood, copper, silver and metallic wire of various sizes and...
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • An evening view of the dock and the Pamlico River from the rear of the Estuarium. In the background is a railroad drawbridge built in the 1910s and still in use today
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • An exhibit where you can taste the difference between ocean water, brackish water, and fresh water. Brackish water has half the salt content of ocean water, and fresh water has only a trace
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • Another view of Whiting Toler's representation of North Carolina.
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • ECU's Research Vessel "Perkins," which is docked at the Estuarium
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • North Carolina Estuarium

    • 2001-03-21
    • Life Along the River exhibit, which features an old woolen Jantzen womans bathing costume from the 1920s
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)

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