UMass Dartmouth School of Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) researchers examine significant impact of climate change on sea ice variation
Dr. Koop was awarded a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for her proposal, "Transmission of apicomplexan infection and development of gray meat in Atlantic sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus."
Three-year study based on nitrous oxide cycling will provide relevant data to the Arctic science community and contribute to STEM workforce development
Leading scientist at School for Marine Science & Technology shares her expertise on the impacts of climate change
UMass Dartmouth’s ocean glider “Blue” captures late spring Cold Pool ocean data in preparation for the summer hurricane season
The Intercampus Marine Science Research Symposium celebrates cutting-edge research being conducted by students and faculty from all five UMass campuses.
When he’s not conducting research on shark conservation or diving with great white sharks, O’Connell focuses on youth education.
Ana Paula Krelling is the first first dual-degree Ph.D. graduate of UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science (SMAST) and the University of São Paulo Institute of Oceanography (IOUSP).
Camille David earned his PhD in Marine Sciences/Coastal Systems Science at SMAST.
Catherine O'Keefe earned her PhD in Living Marine Resources and Management at SMAST.
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