National Geographic's Open Explorer

Open Explorer, The Breathing Bay

Sea Grant funded-researcher, Wally Fulweiler, features her work in National Geographic’s Open Explorer – a digital storytelling platform that allows...

March 27: How Oysters Alter Coastal Waters

JOIN US for a discussion on new research looking at how oysters – which can filter over a gallon of water every...

Rhode Island Sea Grant Call for Research Proposals for $2 Million Investment

Narragansett––Rhode Island Sea Grant is now accepting pre-proposal submissions for research projects that will be funded from February 1, 2020...

Lobster Listening Session Oct. 26: Identifying Research Questions

Sea Grant is hosting a “listening session” on Friday, Oct. 26th to better understand the key research questions for understanding and managing...

Rhode Island Sound’s Role in Fueling Harmful Algal Blooms in Narragansett Bay

Anchored boats and buoys slowly emerge from and vanish back into the fog that lays thick across the water’s surface...

Bay Informed Discussion Series: Fisheries in Space

Bay Informed Discussion Series: Fisheries in Space

Knowing how many fish we catch is obviously important to maintaining sustainable fisheries, but what about where we catch them? Students...

The Murder Mystery of Narragansett Bay’s Winter Flounder

For decades, winter flounder have been disappearing from Narragansett Bay, but the question remains: What, or who, is killing them...

Quahog Research Fleet Video Release

To celebrate a successful Quahog Week, the Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation has released a short film showcasing the work of...

Bay Informed Discussion: Warming Polar Regions

Presented by: Alexa Sterling and Sam Gartzman Join us for an interactive discussion of ocean science as part of a monthly public series...

Bay Informed: Drilling into the Past to Predict our Future

The history of the oceans is recorded in the rocks and sediments of the ocean basins and margins. These remnants...

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