18-year study provides new insights into how an ocean ecosystem can change following the decline of an apex predator

stories/2019/02/new-study-finds-ecosystem-changes-following-loss-of-great-white-sharks.html



Ocean Sciences

Waters West of Europe Drive Ocean Overturning Circulation, Key For Regulating Climate

Scientists from 16 research institutions from seven countries collaborated on new study published in Science

stories/2019/01/waters-west-of-europe-drive-ocean-overturning-circulation-key-for-regulating-climate.html


Marine Ecosystems and Society

Does seismic blasting harm marine life?

UM experts weigh in on the effects of air gun blasting during oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2019/01/does-seismic-blasting-harm-marine-life.html




Marine Ecosystems and Society

Searching for the Lost Ships of Cortés

The discovery of a centuries-old anchor may help a UM researcher and fellow underwater archeologists find the fleet the Spanish conquistador skuttled before conquering Mexico.

stories/2019/01/searching-for-the-losy-ships-of-cortes.html



Marine Ecosystems and Society

Study Offers New Approach to Assess Sustainability of Reef Fish

stories/2018/11/study-offers-new-approach-to-assess-sustainability-of-reef-fish.html