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Prototype has been tested off Egmont Key, potential uses could span the globe
November 21, 2019News
NASA-Funded Project Spurs New Collaboration to Better Understand Recent South Florida Blue-Green Algal Blooms
University scientists team up with water management agency in a NASA-funded project to improve our understanding of cyanobacteria blooms using state-of-the-art remote sensing, models, and field surveys.
November 20, 2019News
Study led by USF College of Marine Science in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill shows that oil exposure is up while overall health is down—even if population numbers seem OK
November 12, 2019News
Eight women leaders from Argentina to Vietnam visited Clam Bayou and the USF CMS for a taste of the OCG experience meant to inspire new programming around the world.
November 6, 2019News
Christina Simoniello is the 2019 first place winner of the Gulf Guardian Award in the Individual category for her work with the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS).
November 4, 2019News
Nineteen undergraduate students from the Honors College at USF are learning about estuaries and coastal processes in a course newly offered by faculty and graduate students of the USF College of Marine Science (CMS) in the classroom and at sea.
October 31, 2019News
President of Japan Fisheries Research Agency Seeks International Collaboration to Address Declining Japanese Fish Stocks
Japanese fisheries saw a meteoric rise in fish catch after World War II, due to improved technologies, before the productivity peaked in the 1980’s and sharply declined.
October 25, 2019News
Researchers at the USF College of Marine Science (CMS), along with colleagues from Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), NASA Headquarters, Cambridge Climate Institute, and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, recently published a paper in Nature Communications emphasizing the importance of the deep ocean’s contributions to the upper ocean.
September 25, 2019News
A new study from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg and Eckerd College estimates the waters of Tampa Bay contain four billion particles of microplastics, raising new questions about the impact of pollution on marine life in this vital ecosystem.
September 12, 2019News
A 71-foot workhorse of the ocean science and education community for nearly 45 years, the Bellows was sold to TSR, Inc., which stands for Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery.
September 6, 2019News
Twenty Scientists Awarded 2019 Early-Career Research Fellowships by National Academies’ Gulf Research Program
USF CMS Research Associate Dr. Isabel Romero among the award recipients
September 3, 2019News