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Joshua Kilborn, PhD, on watch offshore Tampa Bay while divers conduct fish surveys for the Fish Ecology Lab.

Advancing ecosystem-based fisheries management strategies for the Gulf of Mexico

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

Drs Erin Symonds, Mya Breitbart and Karyna Rosario at their ‘World of Microbes’ station as part of the St. Petersburg Science Festival.

Not All Viruses are Bad!

Dr Karyna Rosario is based within the Marine Genomics Laboratory at the University of South Florida in the US. Her research, focusing on viral metagenomics, has led to the discovery of a novel indicator that helps detect harmful pathogens in wastewater. The findings will lead to safer lives for all of us.

September 23, 2020Community Engagement

MRA students, faculty, and staff with a yellowfin tuna collected as part of a pelagic longline survey of the Gulf of Mexico conducted aboard the R/V Weatherbird II. From left to right: Ed Hughes, Garrett Miller, Dr. Erin Pulster, Justin Mrowicki, Dr. Steve Murawski, Brigid Carr.

Spotlight on the Marine Resource Assessment (MRA) Program

More students apply to this program than funding and faculty can manage. What makes it so successful?

September 10, 2020Blogs and Perspectives

USF College of Marine Science in the News

CMS in the News - 2020

The USF College of Marine Science news team is dedicated to sharing USF CMS's story to a global audience. View CMS in the news for 2020.

September 3, 2020CMS in the News

Student Tione Grant tends the CTD aboard a research cruise as part of the NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) at the USF College of Marine Science in 2019.

A Grand Challenge That Rivals Rising Seas: Creating a Culture of Diversity in Ocean Science

The USF College of Marine Science began its fight for increased ethnic diversity in oceanography 20 years ago. There is a lot underway, and a lot more to do.

August 28, 2020News

Sunset Departure

Back at Sea, FINALLY!

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

Jessica Caggiano was recently awarded funding through the NASA FINESST competition.

Jessica Caggiano Chosen as a Future Investigator in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST)

Jessica Caggiano, was recently awarded funding through the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST) competition.

August 26, 2020Awards

Steve Butcher

Fair Winds and Following Seas, Steve Butcher!

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.

August 17, 2020Blogs and Perspectives, Newsletter Articles

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Rising Tides August 2020

View some of the highlights in the Rising Tides Newsletter, August 2020 edition.

August 17, 2020Rising Tides Newsletter

Ali Graham, PhD, a geophysicist at the USF College of Marine Science observes the Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica from the R/V Nathanial B. Palmer.

In Perfect Isolation

USF geophysicist Alastair Graham experienced the onset of the global pandemic while aboard an icebreaker on the bottom of the world. He’s finally back to the US after an epic journey made even more colossal due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

August 14, 2020News

Cliff Merz, Ph.D.

USF College of Marine Science’s Clifford Merz Named Senior Member of National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Merz, who serves as Program and HF Radar Operations Director for the Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System, is one of 38 leading academic inventors nationwide named as new NAI senior members.

August 11, 2020Awards

Illustration of GRACE-FO in orbit. Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech.

One Scientist’s Noisy Data is Another Scientist’s Treasure

Don Chambers, PhD, professor at the USF College of Marine Science, has never shied away from difficult scientific questions. Chambers’ latest scientific venture involves studying the deepest ocean currents. From space. “What can I say?” said Chambers. “I’ve always liked a challenge.”

August 5, 2020News

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