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Dissolved organic matter supports aquatic food webs and holds as much carbon as the atmosphere. A new study tracks which sources and processes play the biggest role in coastal systems.

SOURCE: Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences

Samantha Joye, an internationally recognized University of Georgia marine scientist who studies the complex interplay between microbes and large-scale ecological processes in the oceans, has been named Regents’ Professor, effective July 1.

ATLANTA, March 29, 2019 – Leading ocean science and engineering institutions are joining forces to create Ocean Visions, an innovative scientist-driven ocean conservation venture that fosters collaboration between top researchers, conservationists

Savannah, Ga. –A team of University of Georgia investigators is working on a murder mystery, not your everyday who-done-it, but one in which the investigators are scientists, and the victims are thousands of tiny oyster larvae. 

Savannah, Ga.– University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography and Department of Marine Sciences faculty member Dana Savidge has been selected as a temporary program director, also called a rotator, with the National Science Foundation’s Physical Oceanography Prog

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