Here's the latest news on current marine research, education, and outreach activities conducted by the University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program. If you are a reporter, publisher, or film producer seeking information, footage, photos, or research experts, contact the office at (302) 831-8083 or MarineCom@udel.edu.
An increasing majority of Delawareans are convinced that climate change and sea level rise are happening, and want immediate action to reduce their impacts, according to a 2014 survey conducted by...more
University of Delaware researcher Jack Puleo reports a new method to remotely survey tidal mudflats in the IEEE journal Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing....more
University of Delaware researcher Jonathan Cohen is using a new technology to analyze and quantify zooplankton in the Delaware Bay.
Zooplankton are millimeter to centimeter scale organisms...more
Centralizing resources: Delaware Sea Grant researchers develop infrastructure to house flood, high water mark data
Each year, Delaware experiences anywhere from 10 to 35 significant coastal storms, including nor’easters and tropical systems. These storms bring with them the potential for coastal flooding, one...more
While Nov. 30 marked the official end of hurricane season, winter and spring months also can generate large weather events — including nor’easters that can bring significant flooding to the...more
The Delaware Sea Grant College Program is soliciting pre-proposals for research that addresses marine and coastal problems and opportunities important to Delaware, the Mid-Atlantic region, and the...more
Before Superstorm Sandy made landfall in Delaware, Nicholas Holmon and his family bought a generator, filled the bathtubs with water and watched as their neighbors taped their windows to prevent...more