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View some of the highlights in the Rising Tides Newsletter, December 2021 edition.
December 15, 2021Rising Tides Newsletter
In a study published today in Nature , an international team of scientists, including USF College of Marine Science (USF CMS) Associate Professor Amelia Shevenell and graduate student Imogen Browne, documented the evolution of Antarctica’s ice sheets about 20 million years ago.
December 15, 2021News
The USF College of Marine Science news team is dedicated to sharing USF CMS's story to a global audience. View CMS in the news for 2021.
December 15, 2021CMS in the News
Volunteers are working to build a “living shoreline” along an area of Lassing Park in St. Pete to help protect and restore the waterfront.
December 15, 2021Resiliency News
An update to a study by Elsevier and Stanford University shows a strong showing from faculty at the USF College of Marine Science.
December 13, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
Viruses have been getting a bad rap lately, but viruses are essential to many processes in the oceans.
December 13, 2021News
USF launches first mission to map vulnerable coastal areas in Tampa Bay and Gulf of Mexico using a remotely operated ‘uncrewed’ vessel
The mapping products from this approach will also be used to improve storm surge modeling and prediction, maritime safety, fisheries management and more.
December 9, 2021News
USF marine scientists launch first mission to map Tampa Bay’s vulnerable coastal areas using remotely operated ‘uncrewed’ vessel
Media are invited on Dec. 9 at 9 a.m. to see the latest generation of robotic marine technology in action and hear from experts on how this mission will improve coastal resiliency in Florida.
December 8, 2021News
Examples and stories illustrate the uses and value of an operational MBON.
December 7, 2021News
A new model for street design in the age of post-climate-change storms manages the water instead of trying—and failing—to keep it away.
November 10, 2021Resiliency News
By the year 2100, if no significant changes are made in how we monitor and safeguard marine life, more than half of the world’s marine species may stand on the brink of extinction.
November 4, 2021News