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The USF College of Marine Science (CMS) has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant ($1,000,000) to establish a Big Data Regional Innovation Hub for a three-year study in collaboration with Texas A&M University and Google Earth Engine.
CMS Assistant Professor Tim Conway was recently awarded a grant by NSF Chemical Oceanography ($374,080) for a three year process study which will investigate how iron dissolves from atmospheric dust into the ocean.
Graduate Student Receives National Academies of Science Gulf Research Program Science Policy Fellowship
Dr. Cockrell will spend the year working on science communication, policy, and resource management issues in Florida with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in Tallahassee.
This research involves the application of coral clumped isotopes to understand changes in temperature, seawater isotopic composition, and salinity along the Florida Keys Reef Tract throughout the last 11,000 years.
April 17, 2018Awards
Guitard will sail on the JOIDES Resolution as a Physical Properties specialist. Post-expedition, Guitard intends to generate ocean temperature records from sites north and south of the Polar front to understand the role of ocean heat on Antarctic ice sheet dynamics during the mid-Pleistocene transition, ~1 million years ago.
April 6, 2018Awards
Each month, a student member of The Oceanography Society is selected to share a short “spotlight” piece related to their experiences as a graduate student.