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The Student Society at the Graduate School of Oceanography

Bay Informed Discussion Series

Come hear from URI graduate students about the research going on in our oceans, from Narragansett Bay to the Antarctic. These monthly events are designed for the community to get involved and learn more about research at the Graduate School of Oceanography. All are welcome!

Please explore this website using the menu to the left for a schedule of our upcoming events, past events and speakers, and resources to learn more. If you’d like to contact an organizer or speaker, please see Contact Us or visit us on Facebook.

 

Upcoming Events

The Carbon Cycle and Climate -- August 17, 7pm

Presented by: Noah Walcutt and Christine Gardiner

Have you ever wondered why everyone is talking about the importance of carbon in understanding climate change or how this essential ingredient for life cycles through our oceans and atmosphere? This month, the Bay Informed Discussion Series is tackling the carbon cycle and what it means for our climate. All ages welcome!

Block Island Wind Farm and Coastal RI -- September 21, 7pm

Join us for an interactive discussion of ocean science as part of a monthly public series led by graduate students at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography.  All ages are welcome!

Paleoceanography: Drilling Into the Past to Predict Our Future -- October 19, 7pm

Join us for an interactive discussion of ocean science as part of a monthly public series led by graduate students at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography.  All ages are welcome!

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