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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.
Continued sea-level rise will exacerbate the issue where present, and many more locations will begin to experience recurrent high-tide flooding in the coming decades.
June 21, 2021News
Recently, CMS Associate Professor Dr. Tim Conway served as lead editor on a special issue of Chemical Geology called “Cycles of trace elements and isotopes in the ocean – GEOTRACES and beyond."
June 18, 2021News
USF is a key academic partner in this global, 10-year program led by Smithsonian Institution to create a globally integrated information management and forecasting system for marine biodiversity
June 8, 2021News
A group of USF CMS faculty and researchers who comprise ‘The Southern Ocean Science’ (SOS) group, carries out wide-ranging interdisciplinary research in Earth’s polar regions, providing new insights into how processes occurring thousands of miles away affect us here in Florida.
May 27, 2021News
USF College of Marine Science researchers today shared their initial findings of how the Tampa Bay ecosystem has responded to the controlled discharges of nutrient-rich wastewater released from the retired Piney Point fertilizer processing plant.
May 24, 2021News
New state-of-the-art tools have changed the way we understand the impacts of oil on the marine environment.
May 14, 2021News
In a new publication in Nature Ecology & Evolution, a team led by Prof Dr. Andrew Skidmore from the University of Twente in the Netherlands share a new tool to add to the biodiversity toolkit: measuring biodiversity from space.
May 13, 2021News
The goal of this two-year program hosted by Columbia University to advance justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) initiatives in STEM.
May 7, 2021News
A team from the University of South Florida College of Marine Science (USF CMS) embarked on the first research cruise in Tampa Bay on April 7, 2021 to study the environmental impacts of the breach at Piney Point that started in March.
April 8, 2021News
A team of scientists from the University of South Florida College of Marine Science have embarked on the first research cruise in Tampa Bay dedicated to studying the environmental impacts of the recent breach at a retired fertilizer processing plant at Piney Point in Manatee County, Florida.
April 7, 2021News