Grosell kicked off the 2018 Sea Secrets lecture series Tuesday evening at the Rosenstiel School before an overflow audience of more than 300 people. The popular lecture series features engaging talks by scholars, journalists, photographers and others passionate about issues related to the environment, sustainability and the world’s oceans and those that rely on its survival.
On Tuesday, Jan. 23 UM Rosenstiel School Professor Martin Grosell will present his talk “In the Wake of an Environmental Disaster – Is There a Silver Lining?” in which he will discuss what was learned from the extensive research effort that took place following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill. Grosell is the lead Principal Investigator and Director of RECOVER (Relationships of Effects of Cardiac Outcomes in fish for Validation of Ecological Risk).
In preparation for Hurricane Irma, the team at the University of Miami Experimental Fish Hatchery successfully transported valuable research fish into the world’s largest hurricane simulator – SUSTAIN (SUrge-STructure-Atmosphere INteraction Facility) – at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. SUSTAIN’s tank can house nearly 40,000 gallons of water and generate … Continued
Ten miles off the coast of Miami, a 96-foot research vessel drifts along the deep-blue waters of the Gulf Stream. A fishing rod bends dramatically followed immediately by the scream of drag. Martin Grosell tightens his grip and holds on. “He’s a big one!” he exclaims, as a 30lb bull mahi-mahi erupts from the water … Continued
We are extremely proud to introduce Dr. Graciel Diamante. It has been an honor working with her on RECOVER and we wish her the very best in her new endeavors. Below, please find a word from Dr. Schlenk. “Graciel defended her dissertation on August 10 and is now a recipient of a PhD from the … Continued
A child’s face lit up with wonder as she peered into a microscope for the first time and discovered a new world. Researchers at the Miami-based RECOVER consortium want experiences like this to happen more often for more students, so they designed and developed the RECOVER Virtual Lab. Now, scientists can engage students ages 8 and older anywhere anytime with an innovative lab experience that is accessible online and soon through the Apple App Store.