GSO graduate Angela Stahl really enjoyed her research experience at GSO.Continue reading "GSO Profiles-GSO Graduate Angela Stahl "
Nina R. Santos received her M.S. from GSO in December and is continuing her ocean science career in a Ph.D. programContinue reading "GSO Profiles – GSO Graduate Nina R. Santos"
Meet recent GSO graduate Nina Santos, whose research examines the competition between two important fisheries species in Narragansett Bay and southern Rhode Island — black sea bass the Atlantic cod.Continue reading "Nina Santos makes a difference by combining lifelong love for oceanography, passion for the environment"
New research from GSO professor Kelton McMahon finds that depending on their diet, some penguin species are able to thrive in the rapidly changing Antarctic while others are facing decline.Continue reading "Researchers find the future belongs to penguins that can adapt their diet"
GSO doctoral student Catherine Nowakowski was one of 21 students in the United States selected by the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) to participate in the Limnology and Oceanography Research Exchange (LOREX).Continue reading "GSO student selected for international research program"
Being a fussy eater is a problem for reef fish who live in rapidly changing environments or on deep reefs. But, scientists discovered, coral prey on deep reefs can support their fussy predator fish—by altering their own diets.Continue reading "Fussy fish facing tough conditions may be supported by less fussy corals"
GSO professor Kelton McMahon is on an Antarctic research cruise as part of a multi-year project to help scientists better understand how the Southern Ocean food web has responded to environmental changes in the past, and predict how the ecosystem might respond to a changing climate in the future.Continue reading "Studying the past, and predicting the future, of the Southern Ocean food web"
WPRI Channel 12 – GSO assistant professor Kelton McMahon’s research profiled.Continue reading "URI researcher studies climate change by looking at the diets of penguins"