FSUCML in the News
A team of scientists has just returned from an annual research expedition to study the smalltooth sawfish at Andros Island
FSUCML's Dr. Sandra Brooke was part of a team honored by the Obama administration for its innovative work examining deep-sea canyon habitats off of the mid-Atlantic coast.
The tale of a 9-foot-long shark that a filmmaker suspects was consumed by a monstrous "super-predator" is now consuming a share of the Internet's spotlight, 11 years after it happened.
Florida State University researchers have spearheaded a major review of fisheries data that examines the domino effect that occurs when too many fish are harvested from one habitat.
While aboard the R/V Apalachee on a deep-sea research cruise, Dr. Chip Cotton, Dr. Dean Grubbs, and their team found a 12 foot Greenland shark, a polar species, in the Gulf of Mexico.
The R/V Apalachee set sail July 28, 2013 for a ten day deep sea research cruise. Dr. Dean Grubbs and Dr. Charles Cotton and their crew will be conducting research in various areas of the Gulf of Mexico including the area of the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill.
GoMRI's June 2013 newsletter focuses on the research being conducted by the Deep-C Consortium. It recounts what happened that fateful day of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster and then summarizes some of what we have learned since then. In this newsletter you will find several quotes from FSU researchers as well as an interview from our very own director, Dr. Felicia Coleman.