GSO researchers returned from an eventful two-month expedition to better understand the movement of heat across the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, the largest current in the world’s ocean.Continue reading "The things we do for science: A trek to the Southern Ocean"
GSO Ph.D. student Ali Johnson writes about, and shares photos from, a recent research cruise in the Gulf of Mexico with four other GSO scientists as part of an ongoing study on the Loop Current.
A team of five GSO scientistsContinue reading "Gulf of Mexico research cruise: Studying the Loop Current"
GSO Profile for GSO graduate Xuanyu Chen who received her Ph.D. in August 2020.Continue reading "GSO Profiles-GSO Graduate Xuanyu Chen"
Researchers from the URI Graduate School of Oceanography were awarded a $2 million grant as part of a long-term research campaign to help improve understanding and prediction of the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current.Continue reading "URI oceanographers awarded grant to study Gulf of Mexico Loop Current"
URI press release – Prof.s Katherine Kelley, Tatiana Rynearson, Rebecca Robinson, Kathleen Donahue and Bethany Jenkins mentionedContinue reading "Gender Diversity Among URI’s STEM Faculty Continues Rise"
How have the increased winds and warming that the region has experienced lately had an impact on the Antarctic Circumpolar Current? Two GSO oceanographers, Drs. Kathleen Donohue and Randy Watts, together with Teri Chereskin (SIO) are trying to answer this question.Continue reading "Drake Project Takes GSO to Antarctica"