More on global climate change

Skidaway Institute’s Dr. Herb Windom has offered the following comment on “Global Climate — Comment and Reponse.” (See below.) Just to enter the fray on Rick’s side, I offer the… Read more »


Summer Update

Mike Sullivan writes: The summer may be winding down but there is all kinds of activity at Skidaway Institute. The Board of Regents included our request for $1.2 million for… Read more »


New Mass Spec Lab

Dr. Jay Brandes, a Skidaway Institute faculty research scientist, writes: Stable Isotope Facility Update- We have been working with engineers from Thermo-Finnigan corp. to install a brand new isotope ratio… Read more »


Why science is important

Mike Sullivan writes: I am about half-way through a pretty good book, “The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science” by Natalie Angier who is a science… Read more »


Politics and Global Climate Change

Our associate director, Rick Jahnke, wrote the following as a letter-to-the-editor to the Savannah Morning News. We Need to Depoliticize the Global Climate Change Discussion Al Gore has recently raised… Read more »


Fishy visitors

One of our professors, Dick Lee, had some interesting visitors yesterday. They were international businessmen who are looking to get into the aquaculture (fish farming) business in one way or… Read more »


Hello, Blogworld!

This is a blog for the faculty and staff of the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography. We are a top-tier marine research laboratory in Savannah, Ga. Our scientists conduct research on… Read more »