A recent study of the global carbon cycle offers a new perspective of Earth’s climate records through time.
Researchers analyze sediment records to reveal region’s tsunami potential
Researchers for the (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science are part of a $21 million collaborative research program
UM Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science professor Elliot Atlas recently returned from the two-month long CONTRAST (Convective Transport of Active Species in the Tropics) field experiment in the western Pacific Ocean.
Reorganization Effective June 1, 2014 The Rosenstiel School has reorganized from divisions to departments.
Graduate student coursework (PhD and Masters) involves the study of ocean wave dynamics and fluid mechanics at the air-sea interface and in coastal regions. Students conduct research on rip currents, hurricane storm surge, beach erosion, and more.
The Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex (MTLSSC) is an essential component of the research at the Rosenstiel School, which includes studies that rely on seawater for observing air-sea interactions in a controlled environment and for holding, spawning and rearing marine organisms. Read more »