PhD student Alan Austin is shedding light on the importance of water quality to help stakeholders better manage the ecological health of estuaries in parts of New England and Brazil.
This event, originally scheduled for March 30, is canceled and will be held at a later date.
The largest grant in university history will fund innovative projects between university faculty and regional partners
The aspirational document looks to create a more sustainable UMassD
The December 3 event features a discussion on climate change and the impact on the fishing industry
BayCoast Bank has pledged $150,000 over three years to the Blue Economy Initiative, a collaborative effort between the University and the SouthCoast Development Partnership
Introduction to Climate course offers an in-depth look at the effects of climate change.
Marine science drove $16M in new external funding
Study results show extreme warming conditions occurring from the Mid-Atlantic Bight to Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank may be due to an upsurge of warm core rings over a period of years.
UMassD professor Avijit Gangopadhyay explains how advanced communication systems, computer technology, & ocean technology played a major role in saving millions of lives during the recent cyclone in India.
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