GSO’s Thomas Rossby has recently contributed two translations, one from Norwegian and the other from Swedish, to the GSO website.Continue reading "Explorations in Translation"
The following article describes an expedition Tom Rossby’s father participated exactly 100 years ago, in 1923. About the Translator: Thomas RossbyContinue reading "Conrad Holmboe’s drift in the Greenland Ice 1923: A first account"
March 9, 2023 – Rhody TodayContinue reading "Charting a course: URI professor draws Atlantic data from shipping vessels"
URI professor emeritus and oceanographer Tom Rossby used the data the Oleander gathered, with colleagues in URI’s GSO, to produce a report on circulation in the Atlantic Ocean.Continue reading "Charting a course: URI professor draws Atlantic data from shipping vessels"
On February 3-4, 2021, the Ocean Decade U.S. National Committee will host a virtual event featuring Ocean-Shots, and several members of the GSO community will share their innovative proposals.Continue reading "GSO community proposes ambitious “Ocean-Shots” for the Ocean Decade"
An international team discovered a previously unrecognized ocean current that transports water to one of the world’s largest “waterfalls” in the North Atlantic Ocean: the Faroe Bank Channel Overflow into the deep North Atlantic.Continue reading "New current that transports water to one of world’s largest ‘waterfalls’ discovered in deep ocean"
The University of Rhode Island research vessel Endeavor will depart Thursday morning from Narragansett for a short expedition to Georges Bank to study ocean currents, test a new marine instrument and give local teachers the experience of a lifetime. The 185-foot ship, owned by the National Science Foundation and managed by URI, will be at […]Continue reading "4 Teachers Go to Sea with GSO Researchers"
ProvidenceJournal.comContinue reading "Noted URI Oceanographer Honored On His Retirement"