Interactive map of rivers predicted to exceed major flood stage.
J. Emory Parker
J. Emory Parker is the interactive editor at The Post and Courier. Before joining the paper in 2013, he was a molecular biologist. His focus is on blending journalism, science, and technology to tell stories in innovative ways.
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In the European model, Florence makes landfall in Charleston. We rely on on the National Hurricane Center official forecast. Here's why.
Oil spills in the Gulf Stream off South Carolina could form fast-moving slicks for hundreds of miles, making cleanup nearly impossible, a Post and Courier analysis shows.
This composite of simulations shows which beaches are most vulnerable and how some slicks quickly get swept up in the Gulf Stream.
Computer-generated simulations show oil spills off the southeast coast could travel fast in the Gulf Stream or hit beaches depending on spill sites.
If you haven't noticed already, today we launched a brand new website design created by Interactive Editor J. Emory Parker.
The canvas is based on Charleston Green. The darkest shade is used for the darkest page elements, like text. The lighter shades are used to cr…
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