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CMS in the News - 2019

USF College of Marine Science in the News

USF College of Marine Science in the News

Dec. 20, 2019
Top Stories of 2019
USF Newsroom

Dec. 19, 2019
The iron ocean

Dec. 14, 2019
Sargassum, a Smelly Seaweed, is Crossing the Atlantic Ocean in Massive Clumps

Dec. 2, 2019
She wants to connect people to science

Dec. 2, 2019
Geoscientists develop technology to improve forecasting of earthquakes, tsunamis

Nov. 27, 2019
Steven Murawski is reading a biography of Alexander von Humboldt

Nov. 2, 2019
USFSP oceanographer works to prepare for next disaster

Oct. 24, 2019
Antarctic Ice Shelves Have Been Thinning for 300 Years, Making Collapse More Likely as World Warms

Oct. 14, 2019
Florida GOP leaders finally utter ‘sea level rise,’ lament ‘lost decade’

Oct. 8, 2019
Red tide nearly undetectable in Sarasota and Manatee waters

Oct. 2, 2019
Deep-Pelagic Fauna

Oct. 1, 2019
How Jurassic Plankton Stole Control of the Ocean’s Chemistry

Sept. 23, 2019
Cristina Mittermeier is fighting climate change, one photograph at a time

Sept. 3, 2019
Hurricane Dorian’s potential impact on geography of Bahamas

August 29, 2019
A Pearl in the Oyster

August 29, 2019
Scientist unsure how Hurricane Dorian could affect largest-ever algae bloom

August 27, 2019
Science Synthesis Produces Books on Deepwater Horizon Findings and Oil Spill Scenarios

August 15, 2019
The seaweed invasion

August 7, 2019
Saildrone Completes First Autonomous Circumnavigation of Antarctica

July 15, 2019
Humans May Be Accidentally Geoengineering the Oceans – Scientific American

July 8, 2019
NASA Satellites Find Biggest Seaweed Bloom in the World

July 5, 2019
Smelly seaweed is overtaking beaches — and the problem isn’t going away
The Today Show

July 4, 2019
Sargassum seaweed now piling up on Florida beaches becoming a regular ‘belt’ across Atlantic to Africa
Tampa Bay Times

June 24, 2019
The U.S. government has studied the longest oil spill in history — 14 years after the leak began

June 21, 2019
Ocean circulation made 2018 the worst year for red tide in more than a decade

June 19, 2019
Marine Oil Snow Is Falling In The Gulf Of Mexico

June 12, 2019
Glowing ‘Blue Tears’ in China’s Seas Are Incredibly Toxic — And They’re Growing

June 7, 2019
Slimy, Stinky Sargassum Piles Up on Florida Beaches

June 5, 2019
Sargassum is snowballing, scientists say

June 4, 2019
Miami dredging caused “extensive coral mortality and critical habitat loss” for the US’ only continental reef

May 30, 2019
Over Half a Million Corals Destroyed by Port of Miami Dredging, Study Finds
News Miami Rosenstiel School

May 14, 2019
A group of scientists just presented updated sea level rise projections to Tampa Bay politicians. Here’s what they say.
Tampa Bay Times

May 1, 2019
Column: Science and politics can and should mix
Tampa Bay Times

April 18, 2019
What was to blame for 2018’s awful red tide? USF researchers say it wasn’t pollution
Bradenton Herald

April 18, 2019
Ocean Circulation Likely to Blame for Severity of 2018 Red Tide
USF News

April 5, 2019
Do chemicals that disperse oil spills make the problem worse? Probably not, new study finds
Science Magazine

March 25, 2019
Off-season onslaught of seaweed overruns South Florida beaches
Sun Sentinel

March 25, 2019
Spectrum partnership fuels St. Pete Innovation District’s first Smart Cities projects
St. Pete Catalyst

February 21, 2019
Red tide is gone in Florida, state says
Herald Tribune

January 18, 2019
USF Robotic Glider Mission Helps Pinpoint the Potential Source for Recent Severity of Red Tide
USF News Channel

January 9, 2019
As temperatures rise, toxic algae blooms paint Florida coast red

January 9, 2019
As Red Tide returns to Florida coast, government shutdown affects some efforts to track it
Tampa Bay Times

January 7, 2019
It’s back: Red tide returns to Sarasota, Manatee beaches

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Mission Statement

Our blue planet faces a suite of challenges and opportunities for understanding and innovation. Our mission is to advance understanding of the interconnectivity of ocean systems and human-ocean interactions using a cross-disciplinary approach, to empower the next workforce of the blue economy with a world-class education experience, and to share our passion for a healthy environment and science-informed decision-making with community audiences near and far.