FSUCML in the News

“Atlantic Canyons” study team receives prestigious award at Ocean Sciences 2016


Dr. Sandra Brooke (FSUCML faculty) and team received the National Oceanographic Partnership Program's (NOPP) 2015 Excellence in Partnering Award for their work on the Atlantic Canyons: Pathways to the Abyss project. Throughout the course of this project, Dr. Brooke and team logged 90 at-sea days, conducted 414 hours of Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) dives, identified over 125 species of fish, and discovered large swaths of chemosynthetic mussel communities. Congratulations, Dr. Brooke for this fantastic accomplishment!

FSUCML researchers set record straight on alleged link between sharks, rays, and bivalves


Dr. Dean Grubbs' and Dr. Chip Cotton’s (FSUCML faculty members) latest research challenges a 2007 study claiming that shark declines led to rising populations of cownose rays, which were responsible for the collapse of oyster and shellfish industries along the Atlantic coast.