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After three postponements due to COVID-19 and a slew of weather fronts ending with Hurricane Zeta in October 2020, scientists from the Center for Ocean Mapping and Innovative Technologies (COMIT) were able to safely set sail to the northeastern Gulf of Mexico in February 2021.
March 17, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
On the morning of November 30, 2020 the R/V Sally Ride of San Diego disembarked for a nine-day cruise in the Pacific Ocean.
February 22, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
Then came our signature project. The Art Committee decided to paint its very own mural. In part, we wanted to leave our mark on campus.
The symposium showcased new faces at CMS, including master’s student Claire Onak and PhD student Jill Thompson-Grim, both of whom highlighted work done in previous programs.
January 25, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
Under good weather and calm seas, and additional precautions due to COVID-19, our research team left port from the USF College of Marine Science to a site just two miles away from Bayboro Harbor.
January 5, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
On October 1, we celebrated our talented graduate students and the critical fellowships that support their research and education.
Researchers and mining experts from around the world joined together virtually Sunday night for the opening of the 2020 Underwater Mining Conference (UMC), hosted by Dr. Mark Luther of the USF College of Marine Science.
October 6, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
Earlier this year, Joshua P. Kilborn, was part of a team that published an advice document designed to guide managers and stakeholders within the Gulf of Mexico fisheries management community in developing and implementing a Gulf-wide FEP.
September 23, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
More students apply to this program than funding and faculty can manage. What makes it so successful?
September 10, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
After several months of COVID delays, the Ocean Circulation Lab recently headed out to service USF Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System (COMPS) moorings.
August 26, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
Steve Butcher retired after serving 20 years at the College of Marine Science. Enjoy the touching email Chad Lembke sent out the day before Steve retired at the end of July, plus a brief trip down the memory lane of Steve’s career.
Geophysical and planetary circulations exhibit a rich variety of zonal flows, waves, and eddies produced and maintained by various instabilities.
July 20, 2020Blogs and Perspectives