New Study Confirms Water Vapor as Global Warming Amplifier
(UM)Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science researchers showed that Saharan dust provides the nutrients necessary for specialized bacteria to produce the island chain’s carbonate-based foundation.
UM-led Study Reveals Vulnerability of Sharks as Collateral Damage in Commercial Fishing
UM Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science professor Elliot Atlas recently returned from the two-month long CONTRAST (Convective Transport of Active Species in the Tropics) field experiment in the western Pacific Ocean.
Reorganization Effective June 1, 2014 The Rosenstiel School has reorganized from divisions to departments.
Masters and Ph.D. degree coursework involves the chemistry of the atmosphere and ocean waters, and processes within and between those systems. A major focus is understanding the impact of human activities on the earth and ocean system as it relates to global change.
Hurricanes impact coastlines worldwide with destructive storm surge, high winds, and flooding rains. Advancing the science of hurricanes is our business. Learn about how we work to further our understanding of extreme weather.
The Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex (MTLSSC) is an essential component of the research at the Rosenstiel School, which includes studies that rely on seawater for observing air-sea interactions in a controlled environment and for holding, spawning and rearing marine organisms. Read more »