Research vessel named for ECU professor emeritus Stanley Riggs

Geology professor emeritus Stanley R. Riggs talks about the history of coastal research at ECU and the school’s new research vessel named for him, the R/V Stanley R. Riggs. The twin-engine boat is a 34-foot Munson PackCat that includes a bow ramp for beach landings and can carry more than 10 people. When not in use, the R/V Riggs is docked near the N.C. Estuarium in Washington. (Video by Cliff Hollis)

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