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.
Risk to dozens of ports from North Carolina to Maine examined
Special guest Kate Masury, program director at Eating with the Ecosystem, will present findings from an innovative research effort called the Eat Like a Fish citizen science project.
UMass Dartmouth’s SMAST is one of various research institutions tapped for focusing on high priority scientific research as part of NOAA’s goals for the North Atlantic Region.
The joint project focuses on river herring catch reduction.
Dr. Kevin Stokesbury receives service award from International Council for the Exploration of the Sea
The 2019 UMass Intercampus Marine Science Research Symposium on April 4 will highlight cutting-edge research being conducted by students and faculty from all five UMass campuses.
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