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Media Contacts

Rosenstiel School is able to respond most quickly to reporters’ queries when they work through the school’s communications professionals:

Diana Udel
Director of Communications

O: 305-421-4704
C: 786-256-4446
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Rosenstiel Has Information Resources

From African dust to zebra sharks, Rosenstiel School has a faculty comprised of leaders in their fields. Here are just some of the subjects Rosenstiel School experts can speak to:

Algae blooms (HAB)
African dust
Aplysia
Aquaculture
The Arctic
Atmosphere
Beach closing criteria
Billfish
Biochemistry
Bonefish
Carbon dioxide
Caribbean geology
Ciguaterra
Climate change
Clouds
Cobia
Coral Recovery
Currents
Earth’s core
Ecosystem-based ocean management
Environmental health
Everglades
Explorer of the Seas Labs
Fish
Freak waves
Freshwater toxins
Genes/genetics
Global climate change
Global warming
Gulf stream
High-frequency radar
Hurricane intensity
Indian Ocean
In-situ instrumentation
Invertebrates
Little Salt Spring
Loop current
Marine animal models
Marine biomedicine
Marine conservation
Marine policy
Mercury
Neuroscience
La Niña
El Niño
Ocean commission
Oceanography
Oceans/human health
Offshore drilling
Overfishing
Paleoclimate
Pfisteria
Pharma from the Sea
Physiology
Polar oceanography
Red tide
Reefs
Sailfish
Sea hares
Sea level rise
Sea surge
Sharks
So. Florida Geology
Subsidence
Sustainable fisheries
Tarpon
Toxicology
Tsunamis
Underwater archeology
Underwater earthquakes
Underwater volcanoes
Urchins/diadema
Water chemistry