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Science in the First Person: Raleigh Hood on jellyfish abundance

June 27, 2017
Horn Point Laboratory Professor and Oceanographer Raleigh Hood talks about the abundance of jellyfish and what makes Chesapeake Bay different.

UMCES welcomes first France-Merrick Foundation Professor of Sustainable Ecosystem Restoration

June 15, 2017
Dr. Kenneth Rose’s research centers on using mathematical and computer simulation modeling to predict and better understand fish population and food web dynamics in estuaries, lakes, reservoirs, and oceans.

Three UMCES graduates earn Knauss Fellowships through Maryland Sea Grant

May 18, 2017
Three UMCES students were part of a group of five graduate students selected as 2017 Knauss Marine Policy Fellows through Maryland Sea Grant.

UMCES celebrates new class of graduates

May 16, 2017
Nine students, donning caps and gowns, earn their doctorate and master's degrees at UMCES' fourth annual commencement.

Graduate students take lessons to Bay for plankton research cruise

May 9, 2017
Biological and physical oceanography students embarked on two research cruises on the Rachel Carson to get a new perspective from their class lectures.

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