Horn Point Laboratory scientists journey to Thailand to collaborate on global stressors to marine ecosystems

December 16, 2021
Despite widely different climate, the waters of southern Thailand and the Chesapeake Bay experience similar climate and human stressors. Dr’s Coles and Hood will spend six months collaborating with Thai colleagues building relations to advance our understanding of the global impacts of human induced stressors and ocean acidification.

Update from the Gulf of Mexico on Harmful Algal Blooms

December 15, 2021
Professor Pat Glibert and her students took to the seas in the Gulf of Mexico for 10 days collecting samples to understand more about red tides and what makes some dissipate while others become massive.

Next Generation: Nicole Trenholm on melting in the Arctic

December 9, 2021
"In the Arctic, I traced the ocean forces that melt Greenland and the Northwest Passage glaciers. Global impacts from the steady advances in glacial melt include sea level rise, ocean freshening, and changes to nutrient availability required for biomass production and healthy fisheries."

The Mighty Oyster: Cover feature for Baltimore Magazine October Issue

November 24, 2021
Baltimore Magazine visited the Horn Point Lab to gain an understanding about the potential powers and challenges that the oyster faces. Explore some of HPL’s work in the Magazine’s October issue, “The Mighty Oyster: Maryland’s most weird and wonderful seafood is in the midst of a major comeback.”

Bill Boicourt, professor emeritus, shares his expertise on tides in a podcast

November 15, 2021
Listen as Wayne D. King interviews Bill Boicourt about his research and observations regarding impacts on tides in a podcast, “Tide is Shifting.”