From groundbreaking research conducted by faculty to students garnering recognition for their scholarship to scientists building a blue economy across the globe, the achievements at SMAST during 2018 epitomize momentum.
The university’s commitment to sustainability grows with latest award
SMAST researchers look to gain better understanding of local flounder population
SMAST scientists will host a series of workshops with members of the regional fisheries industry to identify priorities for assessments of impacts on fisheries and ecological conditions associated with offshore wind development
Robert Wildermuth's research supports NOAA's ocean goals with regard to healthy and sustainable marine fisheries, habitats, and ecosystems.
It’s the height of hurricane season. And SMAST researchers have deployed the underwater vehicle, Glider Blue, to capture ocean data that assists scientists in better understanding the dynamics that affect ocean habitats
SMAST researchers will attend the 7th Annual Boston Seafood Festival at the Boston Pier this Sunday.
Scientists at UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science & Technology are cruising around the globe to help balance sustainable fisheries with seafood supply.
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.
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.
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