When the prestigious Sloan Research Fellowships broadened in scope this year to include researchers in the ocean sciences, a UD oceanographer was among the first in the field to be selected for...more
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How should science serve Delaware’s coast?
The Delaware Sea Grant College Program is asking for public feedback as part of a new cycle of strategic planning. Delaware Sea Grant, just one of...more
The Delaware Association for Environmental Education (DAEE) will hold its third conference, which is focused on “Turning the Tide toward Environmental Education,” from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Feb...more
In March 1962, a powerful, slow-moving northeaster pummeled the mid-Atlantic coast, bringing huge waves, extreme winds and record-setting tides over the course of three days. Often called “...more
High school students interested in both science and the ocean can gain hands-on field experience at the University of Delaware’s 2012 TIDE Camp. The two-week residential program gives high school...more
Delaware’s stretch of coastline may be small, but Ed Lewandowski likes to remind people that conditions there can have a big effect throughout the state.
“Hurricane Irene showed there are...more
Ten years ago, Chris Petrone was studying fiddler crab larvae in Lewes as part of his graduate research at the University of Delaware. He left after earning his master’s degree to become an...more
Several excellent fellowship opportunities are now available for students. The John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship allows students interested in marine, ocean, and Great Lakes resources and in...more
For the past 35 years, the Delaware Sea Grant College Program (DESG) has supported marine and coastal research, graduate education and public outreach in areas ranging from aquaculture and water...more
Victor Klemas has three top 10 hits, but they’re not on AM radio. Three of his papers were among the 10 most-viewed articles in the Journal of Coastal Research (JCR) during 2011. The list appeared...more