ST. PETERSBURG, FL -Thursday, February 17, 2016 is our Tampa Bay Area Marine Science Networking Happy Hour. It will be held at 4:30-6:30pm and it is our last time at The Canopy Rooftop Lounge for awhile (atop the Birchwood Hotel 340 Beach Drive Northeast St, St. Petersburg, FL 33701).
The event is selfpay, they have metered parking on the street or you can park at the nearby garage for a fee and nametags will be provided. The Canopy always has a great happy hour offering of beer, wine, and softdrinks as well as cocktails - and at affordable prices. Please join us - and bring your ocean science professional friends and colleagues.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Welcome to USF College of Marine Science! We’re delighted that you've joined our thriving community of faculty (and, of course, students, staff, and alumni). To read more about our new faculty members, please click on the links below.
The dynamics of carbon stocks in wetlands under a changing climate: from permafrost thaw to sea-level rise
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Scientific Drilling in Africa’s Great Rift Valley: Influence of Tectonics and Climate Change on Lake Malawi Ecosystems
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ST. PETESBURG, FL - The Knight Oceanographic Research Center and Dr. Robert Ulrich from the College of Marine Science was recently interviewed by WUSF, regarding a dangerous bacteria that lives in the warm summer waters of Tampa Bay, Florida and the southern U.S. It is a public health problem few have heard about.
USF Marine Scientists Take Major Role in International Conference on Keeping the Gulf of Mexico Healthy
TAMPA, FL - Faculty and graduate students from the University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science will take a major role in the 2016 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference held in Tampa Feb. 1- 4 at the Marriott Tampa Waterside Hotel, 700 S. Florida Avenue.
The international conference aims to bring together hundreds of oil spill experts representing academia, state and federal agencies, as well as non-governmental organizations and industry who will share the latest oil spill and ecosystem scientific discoveries, innovations and policies. Many of the results from 2015’s summer research will be presented.
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ST. PETERSBURG, FL - This Wednesday January 27, 2016 is our next Tampa Bay Area Marine Science Networking Happy Hour, 4:30-6:30pm at The Canopy Rooftop Lounge (atop the Birchwood Hotel) 340 Beach Drive Northeast St, St Petersburg, FL 33701 and is selfpay.
They have metered parking on the street or you can park at the nearby garage for a fee and nametags will be provided. The Canopy always has a great happy hour offering of beer, wine, and softdrinks as well as cocktails - and at affordable prices. Bring your ocean science professional friends and colleagues.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Don Chambers from the University of South Florida, along with colleagues in Canada and the Netherlands, have determined that the influx of fresh water from the Greenland ice sheet is "freshening" the North Atlantic Ocean and could disrupt the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), an important component of global ocean circulation that could have a global effect. Researchers say it could impact the future climate in places such as portions of Europe and North America.