Latest Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Stories
In the journal Marine Biology, researchers shed light on the larval stage of barracuda, as well as several other closely related species for the first time.
The new study can aid scientists in better understanding regional and global effects of climate change in the Pacific.
Scientists at the University of Miami's (UM's) Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science have found an intriguing relationship between hurricane tracks and climate variability.
The record-breaking cold weather experienced in Florida last year resulted in large losses among coral reef species.
Tracking urban atmospheric plumes using isotopic signatures of vehicle emissions.
According to new findings, seas off Papua New Guinea suggest that acidifying oceans will severely hit coral reefs by the end of the century.
An international team of scientists report on the first observatory experiment to study the dynamic microbial life of an ever-changing environment inside Earth's crust.
University of Miami scientists are using the geologic record of corals to understand how reef ecosystems might respond to climate change.
Marine biologists have solved a conundrum that has stumped them for years â€“ how to count reef fish.
Research can help assess impacts of climate change, other threats to coral reef ecosystems.
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