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.
SMAST and Division of Marine Fisheries mid-water trawl monitoring and river herring avoidance program continues through industry support
Companies involved in mid-water trawl fishery project donate funds to support research
Marcos Sastre-Cordova '14: PhD, Marine Observation Technologies
Alum Marcos Sastre-Cordova talks about his work as a systems engineer and explains how pursuing his doctorate degree at SMAST helped advance his career path.
Deepwater Wind Pledges $1M Seed Funding for New Blue Economy Initiative at University of Massachusetts
New Research Effort Will Examine How Ocean Industries Can Coexist and Thrive
UMass Dartmouth scientists awarded $34,232 for study based on rapid response to Hurricane Harvey’s impacts
The research will determine Harvey’s impacts on coastal carbon cycle, metabolic balance, and ocean acidification.
New course addresses significance of climate change
Introduction to Climate course offered this spring will equip undergraduates with an understanding of the effects of climate change.
PBS’s NOVA Next profiles video survey that may help manage cod fishery
Live video camera designed by scientists at UMass Dartmouth may present a more accurate count of Atlantic cod fishery
UMass Dartmouth professor recognized for outstanding service
Dr. Steven Cadrin awarded for his contributions to the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea
UMass Dartmouth opens marine science research facility in New Bedford
New teaching, research and policy center built in collaboration with the state Division of Marine Fisheries triples university’s marine science presence in nation’s top fishing port