Malin Pinsky’s research featured by the Wall Street Journal

Dr. Malin Pinsky's collaborative work on the impacts of the shifting migratory patterns of commercial fisheries on the East Coast fishing industry was highlighted in an article by Heather Haddon this morning in the Wall Street Journal titled "Changing Migration Patterns Upend East Coast Fishing Industry". Read it now at...

May 10 Seminar Dianne Edwards

Come see Dr Dianne Edwards from Cardiff University. Her seminar titled 'Could early land plants have bioengineered the planet?' will be held May 10th at 3:30 in the Alampi Room Bio: Born in Swansea, S Wales. Thence to Cambridge University as undergraduate, post graduate and postdoctoral research fellow at Girton...

Sushmita Patwardhan Successfully Defends her Thesis Proposal

Sushmita Patwardhan graduated from the University of Pune, India, in May 2012 with a double major in microbiology and zoology. She was then admitted to the Graduate Program in Oceanography in the Fall of 2012, when she joined Costa Vetriani’s Deep-Sea Microbiology Lab. Since then Sushmita has been working on...

DMCS Distinguished Seminar Speaker 2016

Dr. Rick Spinrad, Chief Scientist, NOAA Title: Making Ocean Science Matter: Life on the Edge of Oceanography and Policy Bio: Among his accomplishments, Dr. Spinrad was a co-lead of the White House Committee that developed the nation’s first set of ocean research priorities and oversaw the revamping of NOAA’s research...

The Challenger Glider Mission: South Atlantic Mission Complete

After 282 days at sea, on March 31, 2016 the Rutgers Slocum Electric Underwater Glider, RU29, "Challenger" was recovered off the coast of South Africa completing the first crossing of the South Atlantic by an autonomous underwater vehicle. The glider was launched from Ubatuba, Brazil on June 23, 2015. This...

President Obama References Rutgers Study on Social Media

Last week, President Barack Obama tweeted a link referring to a study done by Rutgers' Ben Horton and Bob Kopp on the rate at which the sea levels are rising. Sea-level rise projected for the coming decades presents a hazard to intense concentrations of population, economic production, and static infrastructure...

Rutgers Scientist Michael Kennish is Editor of International “Encyclopedia of Estuaries”

Mike Kennish, research professor in the Rutgers Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences, is the editor and a contributing author of the Encyclopedia of Estuaries, an international volume of the most comprehensive and multidisciplinary research knowledge and advances in estuarine science, to date. Newly published by Springer (Dordrecht, The Netherlands),...

LEHT marine station’s history dates back to Coast Guard

As you drive east on Great Bay Boulevard in Little Egg Harbor Township, the newly rebuilt houses become fewer, painted lines on the road disappear and the view ahead becomes blue sky, marshes and open water.After crossing several one-lane wooden bridges with a speed limit of 10 miles per hour,...