Winter Faculty Research News

Winter Faculty Research News

Photo above: Dr. Flagg’s latest flight over the breach at Old Inlet Here are the latest updates about our faculty and their research. Dr. Hyemi Kim’s recent publication “Insignificant QBO‐MJO prediction skill relationship in the SubX and S2S...
Caribbean Sharks in Need of Large Marine Protected Areas

Caribbean Sharks in Need of Large Marine Protected Areas

Marine experts including a SoMAS scientist appeal to policy makers in a letter in Science Governments must provide larger spatial protections in the Greater Caribbean for threatened, highly migratory species such as sharks, is the call from a diverse group of marine...
Mount Sinai High School Claims First Place in Bay Scallop Bowl

Mount Sinai High School Claims First Place in Bay Scallop Bowl

Photo Above: The team from Mount Sinai High School (back row) Coach Andrew Matthews, Katherine Fedotov, Aaron Angress, Arielle Mule, Matthew Miller, Assistant Coach Glynis Nau-ritter, (front row) Jake DeBlasio (B team) and Jonathon Jacobson. Congratulations to Mount...
Souper Bowl VI Defeats the Chilly February Weather

Souper Bowl VI Defeats the Chilly February Weather

The cold rainy weather Thursday February 6th was no match for Souper Bowl VI. Thanks to the cooks who provided a hearty repast to beat back winter: Betsy Barrows – Escarole and White Bean Soup Jackie Collier – Vegan No-chill Chili Christina Heilbrun...
Old Inlet Breach Flyover 2020-01-22

Old Inlet Breach Flyover 2020-01-22

Dr. Charles Flagg took another flight over the Breach at Old Inlet on Fire Island on January 22, 2020.  The flyover mosaic is available below.   Mark Lang has assembled all the geo-referenced photo mosaics into a kml file that can be viewed using Google Earth.  By...
Tropical Marine Ecology Students Winter in Jamaica

Tropical Marine Ecology Students Winter in Jamaica

Drs. Brad Peterson and Joe Warren are currently leading a group of students looking to leave the cold and rain of New York during the Winter Intersession in the tropical environment of Discovery Bay, Jamaica for MAR 388 / 537 – Tropical Marine Ecology. This 4...
SoMAS Student Wins National Scholarship

SoMAS Student Wins National Scholarship

From Future SBU Marine Science Student Wins National Scholarship on Stony Brook University News, January 13, 2020 Stony Brook freshman Clare Dana has been named the winner of a National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) scholarship. Since 2003 the NOSB, a program of...
New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Welcome!Welcome to SoMAS! If you are a marine science, atmospheric science, or sustainability studies student, you have made a wise choice in choosing a field that is about understanding and protecting Earth resources. The world needs you, literally! Read More from the Dean

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