Program kicks off with a lecture by award-winning marine wildlife photojournalist Brian Skerry
New research predicts the future of coral reefs under climate change.
Research suggest that large submarine landslides off Great Bahama Bank in the past were large enough to generate tsunamis.
Evolution is working hard to rescue some urban fish from a lethal, human-altered environment, according to a new study published Dec. 9 in the journal Science.
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Our graduates have a very particular set of skills! The Master of Professional Science (MPS) is a hands-on, innovative graduate degree at the University of Miami, intended for students who are looking for a multidisciplinary background in marine or climate science. Degree tracks offered in marine conservation, sustainability, natural hazards, applied remote sensing, climate science, marine mammals, ecosystem or fisheries management, aquaculture, and more! Degrees in as little as 12 months! Partial merit-based scholarships available. Accepting applications now. More about MPS »
The Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex (MTLSSC) houses studies that rely on seawater for observing air-sea interactions in a controlled environment and for holding, spawning, and rearing marine organisms. Read more »