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A University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography marine scientist has returned from a six-week research cruise to the Bering Sea and Chukchi Sea, the first time oceanographers have studied this Arctic region in winter during modern times.Continue reading "GSO Scientist Returns from Arctic Cruise"
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"
A party of seven GSO researchers, led by Dr. Steven D’Hondt, collected a record 800 water samples squeezed from deep sea sediments on a recent cruise in the Pacific. This cruise, aboard the RV Knorr, sailed 13,500 km from Costa Rica to Honolulu in January and collected cores to build a global model for biomass and respiration under the seafloor.Continue reading "GSO Oceanographers on Record-breaking Cruise"