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Presidential Fellowships – 2014

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science congratulates the recipients of the 2014 Presidential Fellowships.

New Appalachian Laboratory director takes the reins in Frostburg

Dr.

Celebrating 90 years of innovation

Now through 2015, the University of Maryland

Nutrients that Feed Red Tide in Gulf of Mexico “Under the Microscope” in Major Study

The “food” sources that support Florida red tides are more diverse and complex than previously realized, according to five years’ worth of research on red tide and nutrients published recently as an entire special edition of the scientific journal Harmful Algae. Study partners documented 12 sources of nutrients in southwest Florida waters—including some never before associated with K. brevis. Results supported the consensus that blooms start 10-40 miles offshore, away from the direct influence of land-based nutrient pollution, but once moved inshore blooms can use both human-contributed and natural nutrients for growth.

Monitoring the impact of offshore wind power of marine life

What kind of impact will building wind farms off the coast of Maryland have on whales and dolphins? Dr.

New approach can predict how trees will respond to climate change

When scientists talk about the consequences of climate change, it can mean more than how we human beings will be impacted by higher temper

Presidential Fellowship Program

Appalachian Laboratory seeks nominations for Environmental Education Award

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's Appalachian Laboratory is accepting nominations for its 2015

Giving Tuesday

UMCES joins national #GivingTuesday movement 

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Study calls for ongoing need to assess impacts of offshore wind farms on marine species

Offshore wind power is a valuable source of renewable energy that can help reduce carbon emissions.