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  • Discovering the Namib Sand Sea with Professor Sharon Nicholson

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  • Meeting with Dr. Vincent Salters: Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science Department Chair

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  • Stormquakes: a newly identified coupling of the atmosphere,
    ocean and solid Earth

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  • COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Quantifying the effects of variable light and iron on the nitrate assimilation isotope effect of phytoplankton

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  • FSU associate member of the winning consortium Gulf-Caribbean Oceanographic for a new NSF RCRV

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  • Kīlauea lava fuels phytoplankton bloom off Hawai‘i Island

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  • Oxygen depletion in ancient oceans caused major mass extinction-FSU EOAS Geology

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  • GFA International drilling two deep scientific monitoring wells on the south side of the FSU-EOAS new building.

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  • Dr.Ye offered a training workshop at FDEP

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  • Meteorology graduate students selected for prestigious science programs

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  • Mosaic September 2019: The largest Central Arctic expedition ever

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  • EOAS graduate students receive GSA Graduate Student Research Grants

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  • Steffanie Sillitoe-Kukas Photo

    EOAS undergrad receives honorable mention from the Dwornik Award

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  • EOAS Graduates a passel of PhD’s at the 2019 Commencement Ceremony.

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  • Dr. Leela Watson

    Orlando Business Journal features three FSU Meteorology graduates who created InitWeather in 2015 to improve weather forecasts using AI.

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  • In ancient oceans that resembled our own, oxygen loss triggered mass extinction

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  • Massive earthquakes provide new insight into deep Earth

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  • Oil spill still leaking into the Gulf of Mexico 15 years later – Dr. Ian MacDonald featured”

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  • Red tide rolling: Harmful algae found to flourish in both high-, low-CO2 environments

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  •  Dr. Jeremy Owens.

    Ancient rocks provide clues about Earth’s early history

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  • Seasons change: FSU researchers provide new definition for major Indian monsoon

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  • Dr. Nick Moore

    FSU researchers: Variations in seafloor create freak ocean waves

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