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Displaced Scientists Begin Rapid Study of Seagrass Meadows and Bays

Displaced Scientists Begin Rapid Study of Seagrass Meadows and Bays

Science stops for no hurricane. Several faculty at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute have been working in overdrive since the category four Hurricane Harvey slammed the Gulf Coast. Despite being displaced from their homes, relocated to temporary laboratories and...
Volunteers and Donors Help ARK Rebuild

Volunteers and Donors Help ARK Rebuild

Like the rest of the campus at University of Texas Marine Science Institute, Hurricane Harvey inflicted damage to the buildings and animal enclosures at the Amos Rehabilitation Keep (ARK). It’s been almost two months, but staff at the Institute have been...
Research gets a nod from top ranked biological journal

Research gets a nod from top ranked biological journal

New research about how nitrogen moves throughout the Arctic rivers and streams was selected as an Editor Highlight in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.  Former graduate student from The University of Texas Marine Science Institute (UTMSI), now Ph.D., Matt Khosh...
Seagrass scientists continue work in the wake of a hurricane

Seagrass scientists continue work in the wake of a hurricane

Despite being displaced from their homes and relocated to a nearby university, seagrass biologists at The University of Texas at Austin’s Marine Science Institute are trudging on, literally. For the last two weeks, Professor Dr. Ken Dunton’s graduate students, Victoria Congdon,...
Newsletter depicts photo journal of Hurricane Impacts

Newsletter depicts photo journal of Hurricane Impacts

It would be an understatement to say that a lot has happened since our last newsletter. The University of Texas Marine Science Institute is on the path to recovery. In this edition of the Marine Science News we have decided to create a...