In the Media
Recent grad students will spend 1 year in Washington D.C. working on ocean and coastal policy in Congress and the Executive branch.
Rhode Island Sea Grant is accepting research proposals that focus on rust tides and/or harmful algal blooms and application of multi-use marine spatial planning tools.
In this issue, we explore the trials and tribulations Rhode Islanders have faced during this pandemic.
The problem is plastics don’t degrade, breaking down into ever finer pieces that become virtually impossible to recover – leaving them to alter coastal and ocean ecosystems in ways we have yet to understand.
Qualified individuals are invited to submit applications to the Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship national competition. Selected...
October is National Seafood Month – a distinction proclaimed by Congress over 30 years century ago to recognize one of our nation's oldest...
Extreme high tides are coming to coastal Rhode Island, and planners need your photos. As sea level rises, some of Rhode Island's low-lying coastal...
URI Coastal Fellows investigate the location, concentration, and movement of microplastics in Narragansett Bay.
Publicly owned wetlands are being eyed for long-term carbon reduction.
In the Media
Over 130 people participated in the webinar. The “Learning As We Go” session addressed “Effects on the Food Web” and featured two guest speakers who have studied offshore wind farms in Europe for a number of years. Read more >>
How RI’s Shellfish Industry is Innovating During Coronavirus
The term “blue economy” has been popping up in headlines and economic outlines with increasing frequency during the past 10 years. Read more >>
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