Latest Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Stories
New study provides new insight into the largely unknown migratory patterns and habitat use of the endangered shark.
Study helps to establish a new method to estimate rainfall in remote ocean areas.
This October more than 60 guides and anglers in the Florida Keys poled across the flats from Biscayne Bay to the Marquesas, assisting in the annual bonefish census.
A new study suggests that over the next century recruitment of new corals could drop by 73 percent, as rising CO2 levels turn the oceans more acidic.
An international team of scientists and technicians are participating in a groundbreaking buoy deployment that will help them to better understand interactions between the ocean and atmosphere during typhoons.
High tech tools, top-notch science play part in finding 23-mile long plume off Florida's Treasure Coast.
University of Miami's CSTARS shares global satellite images of Gulf of Mexico.
Residents of the southern United States and the Caribbean have seen it many times during the summer monthsâ€”a whitish haze in the sky that seems to hang around for days.
Startling images of ground motion in Haiti during the recent earthquake helping scientists understand the risk of aftershocks and even the possibility of a major new earthquake.
MIAMI, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- After nearly five months since departing Seattle on May 31 bound for the Arctic, the Ocean Watch crew successfully completed the first of four legs of the Around the Americas expedition including the challenging transit through the Northwest Passage.
- Growing in low tufty patches.