GSO student Anna Robuck found high levels of the PFAS in seabirds from offshore Massachusetts and coastal Rhode Island and North Carolina.Continue reading "GSO student finds chemical contaminants in seabirds from Narragansett Bay, Massachusetts Bay, Cape Fear"
GSO Profile of GSO Graduate Christine Gardiner whose research was on PFAS in Narragansett Bay.Continue reading "GSO Profiles – GSO Graduate Christine L. Gardiner"
Two news reports featuring GSO professor Rainer Lohmann examine the threats posed by PFAS to the waters of Connecticut and Cape Cod.Continue reading "PFAS in Connecticut and Cape Cod"
Anna Robuck, a Ph.D. student at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography, was recently chosen as one of 20 environmental scholars to receive a Switzer Environmental Fellowship.Continue reading "GSO student named a Switzer Environmental Fellow"
GSO professor Rainer Lohmann and other URI researchers have started to test drinking water from private wells in Cape Cod for toxic man-made chemicals called per and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS.Continue reading "URI Researchers Begin Testing Well-Water In Cape Cod For Toxic Man-Made Chemicals"