by Sean A. Ahoy from the North Atlantic! I am a University of Georgia graduate student in Elizabeth Harvey’s lab at UGA Skidaway Institute, and I study phytoplankton, the microscopic cells that power life in the ocean. Currently, I am sailing across the Atlantic Ocean for a month on the Research Vessel Atlantis. I am… Read more »
Note: UGA Skidaway Institute director Clark Alexander is a co-author on the project described in this article. By Julie Cohen For nearly a century, the O’Shaughnessy seawall has held back the sand and seas of San Francisco’s Ocean Beach. At work even longer: the Galveston seawall, built after America’s deadliest hurricane in 1900 killed thousands… Read more »
The ocean off the coast of North Carolina has a complex system of ocean currents that make it one of the least understood areas on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard. University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography professor Dana Savidge is leading a team of scientists, including UGA Skidaway Institute scientist Catherine Edwards, working to unravel… Read more »
The Environmental Science Journal for Teens has published a new version of a previous paper in the journal PNAS on ocean chemistry and microbes that was authored by two faculty members from the UGA Department of Marine Sciences, Aron Stubbins from Skidaway Institute of Oceanography and Mary Ann Moran from the Athens campus. The new… Read more »
Athens, Ga. – Clark Alexander, a scientist with a long history of fostering collaboration and excellence in research, has been named director of the University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography. Alexander is a professor in the department of marine sciences, part of UGA’s Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, and has served as interim… Read more »
Our research team in Bergen, Norway is hard at work. Catch up with them on this weekend’s blog post.
This is a mescocosm at Espeland, a Norwegian marine biological station. run by University of Bergen, Norway. A UGA Skidaway Institute research team, led by Elizabeth Harvey is conducting research there this month. For more information about mesocosms and the project, visit the project website.
The Harvey Lab team is hard at work in Norway. Here is a link to a post on their project page that was posted by one of their colleagues. Can visit their entire site and read all the posts here: https://fjordphytoplankton.wordpress.com/
A team of UGA Skidaway Institute scientists and teachers will be spending the next several weeks conducting experiments at a mescosm faculty near Bergen, Norway. They and their colleagues will be blogging about their experiences and you can follow their activities here.
Two of our scientists, Drs. Dana Savidge and Catherine Edwards, are heavily involved in a project off of Cape Hatteras, NC. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the “Processes driving Exchange at Cape Hatteras” project also known as PEACH, is a collaborative research project focused on identifying the processes that control the exchange of waters between… Read more »