Is it possible to restore a stream disturbed by housing developments and road construction?
Study looks at best way to bring healthy streams back after development
A leader in Chesapeake Bay science for 90 years and counting
UMCES alumnus Ryan Powell launches algal biofuel business
CAMBRIDGE — An underwater robot used by the Horn Point Laboratory and a
Workboat donated for Horn Point research
"Imagine the clandestine lives of marine fishes,” begins “Migration Ecology of Marine Fishes,”
The secret lives of fish revealed by the digital age
Dr. Alyson Santoro, assistant professor at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science’s Horn Point Laboratory, is one of four scientists in the nation to be given the 2015 Simons Early Career Investigator in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution award by the Simons Foundation. The awards are intended to help launch and support the careers of outstanding young investigators who use quantitative approaches to advance our understanding of marine microbial ecology and evolution.
Alyson Santoro named Simons Early Career Investigator
Now through 2015, the University of Maryland
A scientific leader in the Chesapeake Bay for 90 years and counting
The first-ever ecosystem health report card on Long Island Sound was released this week.
UMCES produces first-ever ecosystem health report card for Long Island Sound
CBL scientists win Best Paper of the Year award from American Fisheries Society
Dr. Mario Tamburri, Research Professor at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and an expert in coastal observing systems, has been honored by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science with the President's Award for Excellence in Application of Science. Tamburri was recognized for his leadership in applying innovative and well-tested environmental sensor technologies and in steadfastly working to reduce the risk of invasive species through maritime transportation.
Dr. Mario Tamburri honored with President’s Award for Science Application