Promoting fisheries management around the world
Scientists at UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science & Technology are cruising around the globe to help balance sustainable fisheries with seafood supply.
Dr. Lance Fiondella receives $452,454 CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation
Five-year grant presented to promising researchers to serve as academic role models
Evaluating seafloor habitats in the Gulf of Maine
Recent study that estimated change in benthic communities over decades and between areas open and closed to fishing in the Gulf of Maine to help inform fisheries management in the region.
SMAST awarded $302,091 for sea scallop research
High-resolution drop camera survey developed by Dr. Kevin Stokesbury and his team will be used for series of collaborative projects that will address research priorities established by New England Fishery Management Council.
Drop camera survey season begins across three countries
UMass Dartmouth Professor Kevin Stokesbury and his team will conduct simultaneous research cruises in Argentina, Canada, and the US using two versions of the drop camera video system developed by Dr. Stokesbury, students, and scallop fishermen.
Building a Blue Belt Initiative roadmap for Africa
UMass Dartmouth Professor Avijit Gangopadhyay invited by King of Morocco to serve as ocean economy and fishing industry panelist at Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla.
UMass Dartmouth Public Policy Center Launches Offshore Wind Economics Project (OSWEP)
Initiative will monitor and analyze a key emerging “Blue Economy” sector in the U.S.
Charting the ocean
Dr. Changsheng Chen of UMass Dartmouth's School for Marine Science & Technology is the co-developer of the finite-volume community ocean model, one of the most widely applied tools for oceanographers and limnologists.
Studying the ocean’s global nitrogen cycle
UMass Dartmouth Professor of Estuarine and Ocean Sciences Dr. Mark Altabet awarded for research that looks at how global nitrogen cycling influences coastal environments and climate change.
UMass Dartmouth professor awarded $452,454 National Science Foundation CAREER award to study software reliability and security
Grants focused on supporting promising researchers across the country