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New Book from Dr. Benjamin Horton

Check out Dr. Hortons's new book, Handbook of Sea-Level Research

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Arctic Dye Test 2014

Left to Right: Jack McSweeney (Ph.D Candiate), Elias Hunter (Technician extraordinaire), Bob Chant, Peter Shipton (RU- SEBS 2008) and Hank Statscewich (MS Rutgers DMCS, 2002) after dye injection (see background) in the Arctic’s Chukchi Sea as part of a Bureau of Ocean Energy Management funding project (BOEM) with collaborators from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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State of the Union

Research by Ben Horton and the Sea Level Research team was mentioned this week in President Obama's State of the Union Address 

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Ocean Science Voyager Award

Ben Horton receives the Ocean Science Voyager Award for significant contributions to ocean science

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New Book from Dr. Paul G Falkowski

Check out Dr. Falkowski's new book, Life's Engines: How Microbes Made Earth Habitable

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Ecology and conservation of Mongolian salmonids

The Jensen lab researches the ecology and conservation of endangered Mongolian fish. Chris Free (pictured), a Jensen lab member and Oceanography graduate student, works on the impact of illegal fishing on the endemic Hovsgol grayling.

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Rutgers: Revolutionary

What do the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences, The Revolutionary War and U2 all have in common?

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Rich LutzDr. Rich Lutz to be Honored by the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences

Rich will be awarded with a NOGI Award, the oldest and most prestigious award in the diving industry, celebrating his contributions to the underwater world at the 55th NOGI Awards Gala in Orlando, Florida this November. Read More...

ConvergeAntarctic Field Season Blog

Follow DMCS Scientists and Students as they venture south to Antarctica for the summer field season as part of Project CONVERGE




Sage CarrieKen Able to receive the prestigious Nancy Foster Habitat Conservation Award

Dr. Ken Able, Director of the Rutgers Marine Field Station, will recieve the award at the 7th Annual Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration held this November Read More...

Bob KoppNew Research May Solve Puzzle in Sea Level's Rise

Research by Robert Kopp along with a team from Rutgers and Harvard on Sea Level Rise was featured this week in the New York Times


Malin PinskyOcean Life Faces Mass Extinction, Broad Study Shows

Malin Pinsky and his latest paper in Science, "Marine defaunation: Animal loss in the global ocean" were featured in the New York Times this weekRead More...

Sage CarrieRutgers marine science educators win statewide 4-H award

Rutgers reps Drs. Schofield, Glenn, Kohut, Ferraro, Lichtenwalner, Hunter-Thomson and McDonnell partnered with the Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley to create a middle school level curriculum on climate change Read More...

Mansha S. PasrichaCongratulations Mansha on successfully defending her PhD thesis!

 On Dec 16 2014, Mansha successfully defended her thesis entitled Biochemical and physiological characterization of caspase activity in Haloarchaea


Featured Student

Chris Free

This month's featured student is Chris Free Learn more about Chris.


Exciting Science

Daphne Munroe: "Ancient Lessons in the Ecology of Food Production" Read More...

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IMCS in the NEWSRecord loss of Arctic ice may trigger extreme weather
September 13, 2012

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