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USF to tackle environmental challenges through new initiative with Tampa Bay Wave and the St. Petersburg Innovation District
USF continues to strengthen its collaboration with Tampa Bay Wave and the St. Petersburg Innovation District through the creation of a new program that addresses some of the nation’s most pressing environmental concerns.
Frank Müller-Karger, Distinguished University Professor, recognized for pioneering scientific research and leadership
From whale research to satellite-based remote sensing, Frank Müller-Karger has earned recognition as a Distinguished University Professor at the University of South Florida.
Oceanographic education and research combined for students aboard the five-day CORE cruise on the Florida Institute of Oceanography’s R/V Weatherbird II.
Catalina Rubiano is part of the first cohort to graduate from the College of Marine Science with the new hydrography (seafloor mapping) concentration.
December 8, 2023News
The Stanford-Elsevier study identifies the top two percent of researchers worldwide across all fields of study, based on their citation impact through 2022.
CMS will receive $200,000 over four years through the newly funded Florida Regional Ecosystems Stressors Collaborative Assessment project.
November 30, 2023News
The International Ocean Colour Science Meeting 2023 saw attendees share innovative new research and nurture a strong global community for applied ocean color science.
November 21, 2023News
Improved forecasting using satellite data and modeling will help researchers reduce Sargassum impacts on coastal communities.
October 23, 2023News
In a recent journal article published in Nature Communications, researchers say they have identified that the nutrient content of Sargassum tissue could help determine the enrichment sources and potentially improve predictions and Sargassum management efforts.
October 13, 2023News
Education and research combined for students aboard a five-day cruise on the Florida Institute of Oceanography’s R/V Weatherbird II.
September 20, 2023News
The Global Biodiversity Observing System is a proposal designed to improve monitoring efforts of Earth’s biodiversity and, in turn, improve conservation in an age of climate change.
New NOAA funding means ocean gliders operated by the USF College of Marine Science will help hurricane experts forecast storm intensity in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean.
August 11, 2023News