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  • An academic giant has fallen in the FSU community.

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  • In Memoriam: Dr. Nancy Marcus, a distinguished FSU Oceanographer and a shining example of a colleague and mentor who stood for the very best.

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  • New EOAS Building Construction –
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  • 2018 Southeastern Biogeochemistry Symposium – April 6-8 at Florida State University

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  • FSU alumnus named ‘Best Weatherman Ever’

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  • New research suggest ancient ocean deoxygenation after injection of CO2

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Departmental Vision

The Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science department is a diverse group of faculty, scientists, and students studying all aspects of the Earth environment. Our members are making cutting-edge discoveries about important environmental issues facing our state, country, and world. On any given day, you could find us analyzing the latest weather forecast models, measuring Florida water quality, tracking sea turtles, sampling deep-sea life from a ship or submarine, traveling to field sites in the Arctic or Antarctica, examining an extraterrestrial meteorite, or contemplating the ancient Earth. We offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Environmental Science, Geology, Meteorology, and Oceanography, as well as courses for non-majors in these areas. Find out what we’re doing now and how you can join us.

Calendar

Departmental schedule of events,meetings and seminars



EOAS Twitter

Latest comments,current events, news and thoughts from FSU-EOAS community



Current Weather

Weather updates from the departmental weather station.


Detailed Weather & Skycam

FSU Campus

FSU Reservation

FSU Sports Plex (Intramural Fields)

FSU Coastal & Marine Lab