- Deep Sea Fauna
- Environmental Variability
- Consequences of DWHOS
- Student Research
- DEEPEND Publications
Exciting news from the DEEPEND Outreach Team
The first animation involving "Squirt" is published on the DEEPEND Education/Outreach page. Check out Squirt as he explores counter-illumination with kids! Squirt will be highlighting other parts of DEEPEND research as the project continues.
Other news from the Outreach team is that we have 3 teachers venturing out to sea with the DEEPEND crew this year! Carol Gordy and Megan Ehlers are part of the Ichtyoplankton cruises this summer and Alisha Stahl will be on the DEEPEND cruise in August. Follow the adult blog to check in on how life at sea works for this project and these excited teachers! ”
First Deepend Teacher Workshop
The first Deepend Teacher Workshop occurred on Saturday April 18, 2015 with 13 teacher learning about the DEEPEND program, background content about the deep sea environment and STEM-related activities they can take back to their classrooms to use with students. These teachers are now applying to be a DEEPEND Teacher-at-Sea and 3 of them will be joining the DEEPEND team on cruises throughout the year. Pictures from the event are on the DEEPEND education page.
Dr. Tracey Sutton Guest Speaker at Vetlesen Distinguished Lecture Series
Dr. Tracey Sutton will present "Vertical Ecology of the Pelagic Ocean: Classical Patterns, New Perspectives, and Future Research" on Wednesday 22 April at 3:30 pm
in the Coastal Institute Auditorium, Narragansett Bay Campus, URI
GIGA Conference in Munich, Germany
Professor Jose Lopez, co-founder of the Global Invertebrate Genomics Alliance (GIGA.Nova.edu), will attend and introduce its second workshop in Munich Germany, March 22-24, 2015.
Deepwater Horizon oil spill caused lasting damage, report says
WASHINGTON — Dolphins are dying in unusually high numbers. Sea turtle nests are declining.
Tuna are developing abnormally. And pelicans and gulls are still suffering from the lasting effects of a massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico five years ago, the National Wildlife Federation warned in a report released Monday.
The impact is concentrated in the northern Gulf, but scientists say the long-term damage affects spawning waters for many fish that migrate to South Florida, the Caribbean and along the East Coast
Michele Gibney and Keri Baker present to the Faculty of NSU on DEEPEND and NSU Works
Big Data in NSUWorks
Thursday, March 12
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Health Professions Division (HPD)
Chancellor’s Dining Room