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Testing the Waters for Ocean Acidification

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http://unh.edu/unhtoday/2015/07/testing-waters

WRITTEN BY DAVID SIMS | SCIENCE WRITER, INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF EARTH, OCEANS, AND SPACE

Led by UNH biogeochemical oceanographer Joe Salisbury, a group of 15 scientists is currently aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research vessel Gordon Gunter on a two-leg, 34-day expedition that will help determine how humans are causing changes in the oxygen and carbon dioxide content of oceans, leading to the global acidification of seawater.

Puerto Rican Meteorologist works at the National Hurricane Center

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Dr. Nelsie Ramos Román works at the National Hurricane Center. She obtained her bachelors from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez and her doctoral degree from Howard University.

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Puerto Rican scientist talks about her work at NASA

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Dr. Marangelly Cordero Fuentes talks about her research in meterology at Goddard Space Flight Center NASA in Maryland.

 

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UPR Mayagüez tests submarine vehicle in the Puerto Rico trench

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The University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez in collaboration with NOAA tested a new technology, the DMS-ECE Free-Vehicle (FV), in the Puerto Rico trench. 

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 El DMS-ECE Free-Vehicle aspira a servir de instrumento para viabilizar la investigación de la Trinchera de Puerto Rico. (Suministrada / RUM )

 

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NOAA ship explores water around Puerto Rico

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The ship Okeanos Explorer from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is conducting research around the coasts of Puerto Rico.

 

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UPR at Mayagüez recieved grant from NOAA

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency has granted $783,037 to the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez to continue coducting research in the coasts of Puerto Rico. 

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DRNA celebrates new marine designated areas in Puerto Rico as part of the program Habitat Blueprint

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The Departament of Environmenatl and Natural Resources (DRNA) announced that the National Oceanographic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) has designated natural reserves in the North East of Puerto Rico and Culebra as part of the Program Habitat Blueprint. 

For more information about Habitat Blueprint visit http://www.habitat.noaa.gov/habitatblueprint/about.html

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UPR Mayagüez receives funding to study the Puerto Rico Trench

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The University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez (RUM) received a grant from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to research and explore the Puerto Rico Trench, the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean.

 

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UPR at Mayagüez launched instruments to improve the forecast for hurricanes

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The UPR at Mayagüez has developed new tools to improve the forecast of hurricanes in the Caribbean (CariCOOS).

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