Congratulate Tim Stolarz who successfully defended his master’s thesis this afternoon.  His thesis was titled “”Understanding Ocean Highways: Trends in Surface Currents and Divergence in Urbanized Coastal Margins For a Predictable Ocean” He delivered an excellent presentation during which he was asked aspect of the masters did he enjoy the most, the field work, science […]

Rutgers Marine Field Station stands at the heart of where climate change is happening the fastest in the world, providing a unique and crucial window into the future for researchers. A former U.S. Coast Guard station, the building located on the Mullica Hill Estuary in Tuckerton, New Jersey, was transformed into a research facility when […]

Rutgers installed a MARACOOS sponsored 13 MHz High Frequency radar in Holgate, NJ this past spring.  The property holder is Long Beach Township, a long partner in HF radar ocean observing.  This is the fourth HFR station the township has agreed to host.  The station is currently collecting surface current and wave information.  Special thanks […]

The water temperature off Atlantic City reached a record 83.8 degrees on the official government gauge Tuesday night, setting a record – and 28 degrees warmer than it was two weeks ago. Persistent winds from the south that cooked the region with intense heat July into August had a chilling effect on the Jersey Shore […]

Congratulations, to Samantha Alaimo who has been selected to participate in the inaugural NJ Wind Institute Fellowship Program at Rutgers University. As a fellow, she will receive a stipend in the total amount of $30,000 in support of her research assistantship with Travis Miles and Josh Kohut. Sam applied as a MS student to GPO […]

As part of our deep and enduring partnership, the U.S. Embassy Kolonia welcomed scientists from Rutgers University who are currently conducting a baseline assessment in support of Green Climate Fund-resilient food security for farming households across the FSM. The United States has contributed one billion dollars to date to the Green Climate Fund.

About the 2022 4‑H STEM Challenge Designed by Rutgers University, Explorers of the Deep, focuses on the mysteries and adventures of ocean exploration—with robots! Young people learn how to use science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to explore Earth’s Ocean and how it relates to all life on the planet. The 2022 Challenge helps young people […]