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A lab simulation led by the USF College of Marine Science begins to plug holes in decades-long gaps of knowledge about trace metal chemistry.
April 2, 2020News
We are proud to launch this program with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast so we can that educate kids about the challenges and opportunities facing our precious coast, while also empowering them toward action.
USF marine scientists were part of a NOAA-led study that improves our understanding of a new phenomenon: thick belts of brown algae piling up in places it never used to be before.
February 25, 2020News
The study found that conditions of slow or near-zero currents required for some critical vessel maneuvers will increase with increasing mean water depth.
February 17, 2020News
Environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis is an emerging tool that holds promise for global biodiversity monitoring and conservation efforts.
February 7, 2020News
Dr. Kristen Buck, USF CMS Associate Professor, and CMS graduate student Travis Mellett were coauthors on a recent publication in the Annual Review of Marine Science.
February 6, 2020News
Top 10 takeaways from international conference.
February 4, 2020News
The event was sponsored by the International Propeller Club, Port of Tampa, The Tampa Council, Navy League of the United States and the Coast Guard Foundation, and included recognition of currently serving Coast Guard members, reservists, and auxiliary.
January 28, 2020News
The USF College of Marine Science hosted a series of events in December to help advance ecosystem science and ecosystem-based fisheries management.
January 6, 2020News
Iron is important for plant-like algae that form throughout the world’s oceans, taking carbon dioxide from the air to form organic matter which can sink to the bottom of the ocean and be buried in ocean floor sediments.
December 21, 2019News
USF CMS professor, Dr. Brad Seibel, co-authors the latest IUCN report covering ocean deoxygenation
December 12, 2019News