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Visiting a unique library in Oregon to sample old, Antarctic mud
Sampling archived sediment cores can illuminate how the Antarctic ice sheet responds to warming climate.
March 31, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
It’s all about Balance – in life, and in modeling
Life these days is about seeking balance: between work, research, self-care, and motherhood preparations.
March 23, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
NOAA Administrator visits USF CMS, inspires crowd at Hub ribbon-cutting
On March 2nd a group from the USF College of Marine Science (USF CMS) led by dean Tom Frazer welcomed the Honorable Dr. Richard “Rick” Spinrad, the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans & Atmosphere and the 11th NOAA Administrator, to St. Petersburg for a short visit.
March 9, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
Graduate Student Symposium 2022
On February 18th, the College of Marine Science hosted the Graduate Student Symposium (GSS), an annual event where students present their research via poster and oral presentations with judges conferring first and second place awards.
February 22, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
Spoonbill Bowl 2022 – A Nail biter of an event
The 18th Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) Spoonbill Bowl was hosted by USF College of Marine Science on February 11th and 12th, 2022.
February 22, 2022Blogs and Perspectives, Community Engagement
USF Scientists Wrap Integrative Topographic and Bathymetric Survey of Lower Tampa Bay
The Center for Ocean Mapping and Innovative Technologies (COMIT), an element of the University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science in St. Petersburg, recently completed a four-week field sampling campaign called the Tampa Bay Bathymetry Experiment or TBBEx.
February 9, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
2021: A great year for gliders (despite a few Jaws)
The USF Glider Fleet was out and about collecting data in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean for 240 days of 2021 – a smashing success to celebrate amidst all of the challenges brought our way in 2021.
February 8, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
Predicting high cross-currents near south Florida ports using machine learning
USF marine scientists develop algorithm prototype to improve port safety.
February 3, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
USF Scientists Keep a Watchful Eye on Water Levels in Tampa Bay
Scientists at the University of South Florida College of Marine Science (USF CMS) continue to build momentum on their portfolio of work dedicated to monitoring and addressing coastal change.
January 20, 2022Blogs and Perspectives
CMS faculty on list of high impact researchers ranked worldwide
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
Life through the eyes of a Hogfish
The hogfish, named for the long hog-like snout it uses to root around in the sand for food, is an iconic Florida Gulf Coast seafood staple known for its delicious white meat.
November 2, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
Ocean Circulation Lab replaces weather buoys in the Bay
The five-day cruise deployed meteorological buoys around the Gulf of Mexico.
October 26, 2021Blogs and Perspectives