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Tampa Bay seagrasses have experienced historical declines, but improvements in water quality over the past 30 years are promoting recovery.
September 28, 2023Publication Highlights
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.
Large masses of algae in the great Atlantic Sargassum belt and around the world affect local ecosystems and the environment. Satellite imagery, combined with traditional research techniques, is now helping scientists to study them.
July 7, 2023Publication Highlights
Researchers at University of South Florida envision a creative way to transform plastic waste from your online shopping habit into algae-growing machines.
Tim Conway is really excited about these articles from their North Pacific GEOTRACES work, which was the first NSF funding he received after arriving at CMS.
April 26, 2023Publication Highlights
The family Procellariidae, which includes open-ocean petrels and shearwaters, were documented in the most marine ecoregions.
January 3, 2023Publication Highlights
Distinguishing the influence of sediments, the Congo River, and water-mass mixing on the distribution of iron and its isotopes in the Southeast Atlantic Ocean
Iron is a key micronutrient for primary production in the surface ocean. Iron isotopes can provide a window into the sources and cycling of iron to the surface and deep ocean.
A hybrid conductometric / spectrophotometric method for determining ionic strength of dilute aqueous solutions
A hybrid conductometric / spectrophotometric method for determining ionic strength of dilute aqueous solutions.
New models developed by an international team including USGS researchers could predict and explain the locations of resilient coral reef communities that may play a key role in coral reef conservation efforts.
Can Areas of High Alkalinity Freshwater Discharge Provide Potential Refugia for Marine Calcifying Organisms?
Enjoy this launch blurb celebrating a publication related to ocean acidification along the Springs Coast in the northeast Gulf of Mexico whose lead author was recent CMS alum (M.S., Class of 2019), Kyle Amergian.