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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
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
The five-day cruise deployed meteorological buoys around the Gulf of Mexico.
October 26, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
A Virtual St. Pete Science Festival Activity.
An interdisciplinary group of scientists and engineers at USF developed a new type of buoy capable of detecting tiny changes in the ocean floor that can be precursors to large natural events such as tsunamis.
October 11, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs through October 15th, I did a Q&A with members of our Hispanic/Latinx/a/o community here at the USF College of Marine Science.
Steve Murawski traces the milestones of his nearly 50-year-long career in ocean science – and shares invaluable lessons he has learned along the way.
October 8, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
The annual ocean monitoring cruise departs on a 42-day journey with three CMS students on board.
September 15, 2021Blogs and Perspectives
On the last Wednesday of OCG the campers participated in a team activity called “Fish Banks,” a simulation game in which the girls acted as hypothetical fishing companies.
Our goal was to teach these young women about the complex mechanisms and properties of the ocean that we hadn’t thought about until grad school.
This year’s Ocean Chemistry lab made for some good reactions! We began with a bead counting activity to show the composition of salts in the oceans.