Three GSO alums shared their career paths and advice.Continue reading "Student-Alum Networking Seminar – Truesdale, McManus, McNamee – “Three Trajectories to Fisheries Science and Management Careers in Rhode Island”"
A GSO alum, Natasha Pinckard Dickerson, talks to students about her career path.Continue reading "Student-Alum Networking Seminar – Natasha Pinckard Dickenson “A Non-Traditional Path Along the Seafloor”"
How does life exist far beneath the ocean floor in one of the deepest places on Earth? A group of scientists and students are in waters off Puerto Rico to shed more light on that question.Continue reading "Life under pressure: URI faculty, students research microbes in Puerto Rico Trench"
A worldwide study on the impacts of bottom trawling, which accounts for a quarter of the world’s seafood harvest and can negatively affect marine ecosystems, has found that seabeds are in good health where trawl fisheries are sustainably managed.Continue reading "GSO professor part of a worldwide study on impacts of bottom trawling on health of seabeds"
GSO alum Olivia Ahern’s (Ph.D. ’21) new paper on the diverse microbiome of diatoms is the culmination of over a decade’s worth of oceanographic research.Continue reading "Investigating the secret life of diatoms"
New GSO research concludes that different types of phytoplankton will react differently to increasing ocean temperatures resulting from the changing climate.Continue reading "URI researchers: Different kinds of marine phytoplankton respond differently to warming ocean temperatures"
GSO professor Roxanne Beinart is one of the leaders of the Aquatic Symbiosis Genomics Project, which seeks to understand how aquatic species thrive together.Continue reading "Unwrapping the mysteries of how aquatic species thrive together"
July 16, 2021 – The Providence JournalContinue reading "GSO alum featured on “Shark Week”"
Read the third and final post from GSO Ph.D. candidate Diana Fontaine about her experience working on the NASA EXPORTS project in the North Atlantic.Continue reading "Welcomed home by calm seas"
Read the first in a series of posts from GSO Ph.D. candidate Diana Fontaine who’s reporting from the North Atlantic about her experience working on the NASA EXPORTS project.Continue reading "Pursuing ocean science in the midst of a global pandemic"