March 7, 2023 – Arts Council of Greater New HavenContinue reading "Senses Connect In An Artist’s Retrospective"
For his Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Oceanography (SURFO) at GSO, Arnaldo Díaz-Martínez joined an active research project working on the base of the marine food web in Narragansett Bay.Continue reading "SURFO fellowship welcomes prospective oceanographers"
Karen Wishner made a career of marine science, teaching and leadership. By Ellen Liberman In 1980, Karen Wishner rode into town on her Honda 400-4 Super Sport with a bedroll and her possessions bungeed on the back, like some outlaw biker science chick. Her new colleagues at the Graduate School of Oceanography were suitably impressed. […]Continue reading "Oceanographer, Adventurer, Pioneer."
The nightly trek of small marine animals from the ocean depths to the surface has been called the largest migration on Earth, and new research led by GSO’s Melissa Omand finds that some zooplankton swim up and down in response to shifts in light due to cloud cover as well.Continue reading "Passing clouds cause some marine animals to make mini-migrations"
Read the second in a series of posts from GSO Ph.D. candidate Diana Fontaine who’s reporting from the North Atlantic about her experience working on the NASA EXPORTS project.Continue reading "Fitting in science between the roaring waves and blustery wind"
GSO marine research scientist Robert Campbell’s research is the focus of a recent entry in daily blog for the MOSAiC expedition—the largest Arctic science expedition in history.Continue reading "MOSAiC Update: Gathering copepods from beneath the Arctic ice"
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"
Four URI Graduate School of Oceanography scientists will soon join 600 other participants from 19 different countries as part of the largest Arctic science expedition in history.Continue reading "URI oceanographers to join largest Arctic science expedition in history"
Tyla Morin, a student at the Met High School in Providence, R.I., spent the past academic year at GSO learning from his graduate student mentors what it’s like to be an oceanographer.Continue reading "High school student follows his passion for science at GSO"
Ocean oxygen levels are dropping, and that has big implications for marine life. GSO professor Karen Wishner’s research on zooplankton and oxygen levels is featured in the latest issue of Scientific American.Continue reading "The Ocean Is Running Out of Breath, Scientists Warn"