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NEW SERIES LAUNCH: “ONE ON ONE”

We’re pleased to introduce a new series, “One on One,” where we will highlight a CMS-related publication with a single summary quote from the CMS author. Perfect for those with only two seconds to spare! Enjoy this launch blurb celebrating a publication related to ocean acidification along the Springs Coast in the northeast Gulf of Mexico whose lead author was recent CMS alum (M.S., Class of 2019), Kyle Amergian.

Can Areas of High Alkalinity Freshwater Discharge Provide Potential Refugia for Marine Calcifying Organisms? 

BLOGS & PERSPECTIVES

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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CMS in the News

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Left to right: Cameron Ainsworth, Becky Scott, Hallie Repeta, Tiff Raetzel

We are excited to announce the launch of the Ainsworth lab website. The Ainsworth lab studies how human activities influence the structure and function of marine ecosystems. Left to right: Cameron Ainsworth, Becky Scott, Hallie Repeta, Tiff Raetzel

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

The Clam Bayou Marine Education Center was chosen as the class project for the Leadership St. Pete® (LSP) Class of 2022. A ribbon-cutting to celebrate the team’s hard work was held June 14th and included remarks from Chris Steinocher, President and CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, and others. Enjoy this video of thanks.

The Clam Bayou Marine Education Center was chosen as the class project for the Leadership St. Pete® (LSP) Class of 2022. A ribbon-cutting was held June 14th & included remarks from Chris Steinocher, Pres. & CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, & others. Enjoy this video of thanks.

CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

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USF is advancing a bold plan that will harness the collective power of colleges and departments throughout the university to address the existential challenges created by climate change, including sea level rise, high tide flooding events and other coastal hazards.