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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
More students apply to this program than funding and faculty can manage. What makes it so successful?
September 10, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
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
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.
Geophysical and planetary circulations exhibit a rich variety of zonal flows, waves, and eddies produced and maintained by various instabilities.
July 20, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
Long-term datasets like those collected by the Fish Ecology Lab are key for driving policies that support healthy fisheries in Florida and ensure Florida remains the fishing capital of the world.
July 15, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
At the USF College of Marine Science, I’m leading a project to test the water chemistry in the Snake River in the Pacific Northwest to help answer this question.
July 3, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
Water, Viruses, and Good Intentions... | Karyna Rosario | TEDxYouth@PalmHarbor
June 15, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
The coronavirus pandemic has introduced hefty interruptions to the day to day operations but the team is working hard to ensure continuous function by the network of USF buoys deployed in the Gulf of Mexico.
June 11, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
And a fun online activity for kids!
May 6, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
Dr. Serge Andrefouet was visiting USF when he processed an image that just keeps on winning.
April 30, 2020Blogs and Perspectives
A new High Frequency Radar (HFR) was installed near Marathon, Florida to study the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current System by the University of South Florida’s Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System (USF COMPS), in cooperation with Rutgers University and the University of Miami.
April 13, 2020Blogs and Perspectives