New study shows potency of the greenhouse gas increases with increased concentrations


University of Miami receives $1.8M NOAA grant to study South Florida’s coastal ecosystems

Research will assess how climate change stressors like ocean warming, acidification and hypoxia are impacting South Florida’s coastal and marine ecosystems

Ocean Sciences

New study measures how wind moves Sargassum seaweed

Using a powerful wind-wave tank along with the field of physics, a team of Rosenstiel School physical oceanographers has determined the significant role wind and currents play in transporting Sargassum seaweed around the ocean.

Rosenstiel School launches the Climate Café Series

The Climate Café Series connects faculty members, research collaborators, students, and local stakeholders to discuss the evolving science and how to prepare our community for impacts like heat, sea level rise, and other natural challenges on the horizon.