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Rochester School News
May. 12, 2021
Fourth and fifth-grade students at Maple Street Magnet School will represent the Seacoast SeaPerch Program in the 2021 International SeaPerch Challenge.
Granite Geek
Apr. 26, 2021
The Saildrone Surveyor, a 72-foot uncrewed vessel, will make its maiden voyage from San Francisco to Hawaii this spring, collecting environmental data and mapping the ocean floor along the way using software developed by CCOM researchers.
The Alpena News
Apr. 28, 2021
CCOM researchers will return to Lake Huron this summer with a mission to map the bottom of the lake.
Eurasia Review
Apr. 26, 2021
CCOM researchers, led by Jenn Dijsktra, have discovered that when it comes to climate change not all deep-sea corals and sponges are affected the same and some could be threatened if average ocean temperatures continue to increase in the deep sea of the Northwest Atlantic.
EurekaAlert!
Feb. 23, 2020
CCOM researchers, led by Jenn Dijkstra, have discovered that when it comes to climate change not all deep-sea corals and sponges are affected the same and some could be threatened if average ocean temperatures continue to increase in the deep sea of the Northwest Atlantic.
The Guardian
Apr. 17, 2021
A new software tool, Manta (Making Ambient Noise Trends Accessible), developed by an international team of experts led by CCOM research professor Miksis-Olds, will standardise ocean sound recording data which can be used to compare "normal" ocean sounds with the hush caused by the lessening of human-created ocean noise.