News & Events

News

UMCES' female scientists share stories of inspiration

March 24, 2017
For Women’s History Month, some of the female faculty at UMCES shared their stories about family, colleagues, teachers, and even brief acquaintances who inspired them.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science launches new website

March 8, 2017
New, mobile-responsive website aids discovery of UMCES’ scientific research and graduate education.

Next Generation: Hadley McIntosh

March 7, 2017
"Methane has been studied extensively, but in Arctic systems, we don’t know how much of it is building up in these lakes and what happens to it. Some of these lakes could be producing huge amounts of methane."

Next Generation: Joel Bostic

March 7, 2017
"As part of the project we collect stream samples two times per month at four streams in western Maryland... I’ve found during the quiet time while I’m hiking through the woods I come up with new ideas and thoughts regarding possible hypotheses to test with our project."

UMCES kicks off contest for new website

March 6, 2017
Enter our contest for a chance to win some UMCES swag, and get to know us along the way.

Events

Mar
29th

Faculty Series: Don Cahoon

March 29, 2017 11:00am to 12:00pm
Dr. Don Cahoon, of USGS, will give a titled "Understanding coastal wetland elevation change: a 20th century retrospective".
Mar
29th

Distinguished Scholar Seminar Series

March 29, 2017 3:30pm
Dr. Dennis Hansell, University of Miami, Miami, Florida
Mar
30th

Spring 2017 Visiting Scholar Seminar: Quinn Thomas

March 30, 2017 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Forecasting the future of Southeastern U.S. pine forests
Mar
31st

Brown Bag Seminar

March 31, 2017 4:00pm
Ginni LaRosa, Spatial and Temporal Gradients of Black Sea Bass Diet and Condition in the Mid Atlantic Bight."
Apr
4th

A View into the Secret Lives of Animals on the Swim

April 4, 2017 7:00pm to 8:00pm
As gravity-bound, flat-land primates, we struggle to fully imagine the fluid lives of fish, marine mammals, and birds as they push and pull their way through a three-dimensional aqueous realm. Through observing systems and telemetry, scientists are discovering marvelous adaptations in how marine animals contend with seawater, which both opposes and leverages locomotion as animals swim, dive, lunge, or simply stay put. In this talk Dr. Dave Secor will review the mechanics and behaviors of marine animals as they school, feed, migrate, and persevere.