SMAST is nationally and internationally renowned for research and education in marine sciences, ocean technology, climate change, offshore wind, & fisheries management and sustainability.
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.
Sheel, who pursued her master's degree in coastal systems science at UMassD's School for Marine Science and Technology, outlines the keys to career success.
Sustaining Atlantic herring populations through examining alternative fishery methods
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Alum Greg DeCelles talks about SMAST's collaborative environment and the added value of working with faculty, peers, and local fishermen
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Visualizing Sea Level Rise around Martha's Vineyard
The research of UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science & Technology Dr. Brian Howes is focused on sea level rise and coastal wetland sustainability. Dr. Howes joins an array of speakers and participants taking part in the GAEA Climate Summit beginning tomorrow at UMass Dartmouth.
The work of UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science and Technology's Dr. Kevin Stokesbury will help future researchers determine the impact of global climate change on the movement of various marine life. Dr. Stokesbury will join the diverse array of speakers and panelists for the GAEA Climate Summit