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Announcements

Ocean Data Explorations
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Awards

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The Northeastern Division of the American Fisheries Society (AFS) has named Rutgers University-New Brunswick’s Institute of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) faculty member Kenneth W. Able the 2018 recipient of the Dwight A. Webster...
Awards
Awards
RU COOL Gains New Jersey Senate Recognition
RU COOL Gains New Jersey Senate Recognition
RU COOL Gains New Jersey Senate Recognition
RU In The Field

RU In The Field

DMCS members Vince Clementi, Liz Sikes and Eli Hunter on the Thomas G.Thompson. Professor Liz Sikes is leading a coring cruise to the Southeast Indian and Southern Oceans to collect deep sea sediments
RU In The Field
RU In The Field
Rutgers Collaborative for Raritan Education & Observation

Rutgers Collaborative for Raritan Education & Observation

Rutgers Collaborative for Raritan Education & Observation Binding the Rutgers' Student Body Through the Old Raritan For Rutgers students the Raritan River is a problem, a physical barrier separating campuses experienced primarily through the...
Rutgers Collaborative for Raritan Education & Observation
Rutgers Collaborative for Raritan Education & Observation

Featured Research

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Members of the Pinsky lab are back for another season studying metapopulation dynamics of reef fish

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Featured Student

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This month's featured student is graduate student Mike Acquafredda

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Featured Outreach

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Rutgers University Marine Field Station Outreach

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Learn how you can help support various ongoing initiatives within DMCS

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Vessels

DMCS operates three ships: R/V Arabella, Calleta, and Rutgers. The vessels can be rented for use in research and/or education. Find out more!

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