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Greco’s tenure solidifies his spot amongst an elite group of faculty or staff who spent more than four decades at the CMS.
December 10, 2020News
Results show that the Jupiter’s atmosphere is four times more turbulent than Saturn’s.
November 30, 2020News
New Virtual Research Program Exceeds Expectations During COVID-19 Shutdown.
The University of South Florida announced today the appointment of William Montrose ("Monty") Graham as the new director of the Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO).
November 2, 2020News
City of St. Petersburg supports USF efforts to further enhance diversity with new pledge to College of Marine Science
The City of St. Petersburg has contributed $125,000 to the University of South Florida Foundation to help enhance diversity in the ocean sciences.
October 30, 2020News
The University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science has been awarded a five-year, $9 million cooperative agreement by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office of Coast Survey to launch the Center for Ocean Mapping and Innovative Technologies (COMIT).
October 19, 2020News
The society, comprised of stakeholders interested in the budding industry of deep-sea mineral extraction, is hosting its annual conference through October 2nd
September 28, 2020News
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
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
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
Everyone’s experience of COVID is unique. We virtually sat down with three members of our marine science community to get their perspectives on how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be a scientist, and to get their thoughts on what these changes mean for the future of marine science.
With more than 5,000 beach surveys, 500 behavioral observations, and 80 interviews to digest, and water quality data to crunch, it was time to celebrate this phase of their NSF-funded coastal health study called MERA, which included several trainings by the USF team to help their colleagues get up to speed on a suite of environmental monitoring techniques.