ST. PETERSBURG - JOIDES Resolution has arrived at their destination and are setting up to drill their first holes at site BON-2A. This first webcast is for general audiences, and will basically be a tour of the JR and its labs and facilities.
Time: Aug 20, 2014 10:00 PM (GMT+09:00) Tokyo (August 20, 9:00am, EST time)
Where: Dean's Conference Room (KRC 3111)
Join the event on Facebook.
ST. PETERSBURG - The most recent issue of Oceanography includes a paper by a team of marine scientists from around the nation on a framework for a Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (MBON). The keys to building an effective MBON will be to:
- Determine the minimum set of observations needed to define ocean biodiversity, and
- Establish connections between existing international ecological time-series programs and standardize methodologies to enable comparison of data.
ST. PETERSBURG - USF College of Arts and Sciences' Trailblazers Series hits the road this coming Shark Week in St. Pete. This amazing event if free. Join us for our first Road Scholars event with Professor Phil Motta presenting a Jawesome lecture on Shark and Fish Research. This event takes place Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 7 PM at the Dali Museum. In partnership with the USF College of Marine Science and the Poynter Institute. Please RSVP for this event.
ST. PETERSBURG - Mind Open Media reporter David Levin sits down with C-IMAGE post-doc Patrick Schwing from the University of South Florida. Dr. Schwing studies benthic foraminifera from the Gulf of Mexico and uses these single-celled organisms to tell us something about the health of the seafloor.
Learn more about C-IMAGE.
ST. PETERSBURG - USF's Slocum Glider BASS is currently swimming along the WFS and is collecting/sending real time data on the Red Tide bloom.
Click on the link to view the SECOORA interactive map.
Red tide resources
- Statewide red tide updates and info from FWC: http://myfwc.com/redtide
- Statewide updates in the HAB Bulletin from NOAA: http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/hab/
- Red tide information from Mote, including FAQs and the Beach Conditions Report: a monitoring system for red tide impacts on multiple Florida beaches: http://mote.org/news/environment-updates#RedTide
- Learn about red tide on Facebook from this FWC-Mote page about Florida’s harmful algal blooms: www.facebook.com/flhabs
- Latest model forecasts from USF-FWC Collaboration for Prediction of Red Tides at: http://cprweb.marine.usf.edu/
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Below is a list of new AGU Fellows, including Lee Kump who is a USF Marine Science graduate. Please follow this link to see the full version online: Read the full version here.
ST. PETERSBURG - The next Tampa Bay Marine Science Networking Happy Hour will be Tuesday, August 12th from 4:30-6:30pm at The Hollander Hotel Tap Room, 421 4th Ave N, St Petersburg, FL 33701. Everyone pays for themselves but they do accept credit cards. Its $3 draft Tuesday and they have over 20 craft beers on tap - including several local breweries - and they have other drinks and delicious food too. Onsite and street parking is available or you can park in a nearby garage.
Nametags will be provided and you may want to bring business cards to share. If you are looking to hire, or in search of a new opportunity, plan to attend. Please feel free to share this invitation with others who may be interested in attending.
ST. PETERSBURG - Welcome to the University of South Florida's College of Marine Science (CMS) second Newsletter, Rising Tides. To sign up for the newsletter and future events please click on the following sign up link.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - By: Vickie Chachere - Scientists studying the impact of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the health of fish in the Gulf of Mexico have found strong evidence that an outbreak of skin lesions and oil residue signatures discovered in fishes a year after the spill may be related to the catastrophe. View full article.
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ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Patrick Schwing has been featured in Ocean E-News, which is part of Ocean News and Technology. His blog explains the importance of forams, tiny single-cell organisms that live in environments with little oxygen, in understanding impacts from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.