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Team that includes USF marine chemist awarded grant as part of NOAA’s largest 5-year investment to fight climate crisis
For the last 21 years and counting, a fleet of Argo floats roaming the top half of the global oceans have helped scientists keep their fingers on the pulse of the planet -- collecting critical data that help us better understand how the oceans are changing in response to human activities.
October 12, 2021News
A USF-led Team Awarded NSF Convergence Accelerator Grant to Link the Green Economy to the Blue Economy at the Coast
A USF-led team headed by Maya Trotz, environmental engineering professor and principal investigator (PI), has been awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
October 11, 2021News
The USF College of Marine Science (USF CMS) announced it has joined the Ocean Visions Research Consortium.
September 20, 2021News
The Aurelia montyi is one of 28 Aurelia species, also known as “moon jellies,” because their pale bell resembles a full moon.
September 17, 2021News
Trace metals, such as iron, zinc, and copper are rare in the ocean and tricky to study but understanding them is as critical as understanding the role of vitamins, or toxins, in human health.
September 16, 2021News
CMS professors share their latest contributions to oceanography research with the College of Marine Science community.
September 3, 2021News
Most people visit Manatee Springs to see its charismatic megafauna, from the iconic sea cows that are its namesake to gators and majestic great blue herons. But not Kema Malki.
September 3, 2021News
Team selected to estimate abundance of Greater Amberjack in South Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico.
August 25, 2021News
The real-time “coastal intelligence” system was the first of its kind in the US. It is now one of 37 systems around the country managed by NOAA.
August 17, 2021News
First-year courses that address the “hidden curriculum” of graduate school are critical, according to a publication in Nature Geoscience that includes co-author Dr. Mya Breitbart.
August 10, 2021News
USF scientists detect record-high amount of Sargassum in Caribbean, central west Atlantic, and Gulf of Mexico
July 1, 2021News
This three-week summer program, designed for young women from Pinellas County in their sandwich summer between middle school and high school, has earned billing by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a model for immersive, experiential STEM learning for women and girls.