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The spectrum of approaches in the department ranges from using the scientific method to understand particular phenomena to a more applied approach of solving specific problems.


  1. Coastal Oceanography;
  2. Rethinking Representations of Asian Women: Changes, Continuity, and Everyday Life;
  3. Food Democracy: From consumer to food citizen?
  4. B.S. in Ocean Sciences & Coastal Studies.
  5. U.S. domestic food and nutrition assistance : policies and programs.
  6. Kinematics and Linkage Design;
  7. For information on how to submit a manuscript please visit our Author Guidelines page..

An important goal is to provide policy recommendations to improve our quality of life. We in OEMS are dedicated to education, research and public outreach about the ocean, the nearby Indian River Lagoon, and the environment in general. Programs of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels in OEMS include oceanography, ocean engineering, marine biology, marine conservation, environmental science, general biology, meteorology, and sustainability.

As in all departments of the University, students in OEMS are strongly encouraged to interact directly with our faculty and work on cutting-edge projects in research and design.


  1. Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences;
  2. Invader on My Back;
  3. Marine Sciences Research.

You will acquire not only the intellectual background to be a marine scientist, oceanographer, environmental scientist or ocean engineer, but also the technological skill-set you will need to compete successfully in the job market. You will learn how to do ecological modeling, remote sensing, formulation of composites, aquaculture, image analysis, conservation genetics and much more! We offer opportunities at the undergraduate level to study in the Galapagos Islands, the Caribbean, the Amazon, and the Pacific Northwest.

In our Senior Research and Design program, undergraduates work individually or form teams to do novel, important work to benefit science and society. If you are interested in the marine environment, the Department of Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences is for you!

Coastal Oceanography

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Subscribe to Our Email List. College of Engineering and Science. Biogeochemical cycles in continental margins; transport of carbon and related elements from terrestrial watersheds to the marine environment; biogenic methane production and transport; stable and radioisotope studies; animal-sediment interactions; sediment transport; benthic ecology.

Faculty: Lian Xie , Ruoying He. Determining the effects of multiple stressors on marine ecosystems; testing landscape ecological theory in seascapes; fisheries stock assessment and enhancement; experimental evaluation of marine protected areas; behavioral ecology; predator-prey interactions in estuaries using behavioral biotelemetry; chemical modeling of carbon diagenesis in coastal wetlands and shallow marine ecosystems; 3-D models of estuarine and coastal circulation; shallow and finite depth wind-wave generation; tidal-inlet dynamics; sea-level change and its impact on coastal processes or environs; physiological ecology of estuarine and terrestrial crustaceans; transport and settlement of planktonic larvae; recruitment dynamics of temperate and tropical fish and invertebrates; estuarine and coastal hydrodynamics and nutrient dynamics, sediment transport, and related depositional regimes; intertidal and shallow subtidal ecosystem dynamics.

Animal-sediment interactions; benthic food webs; methane production; diagenetic transformations of organic carbon. Field, laboratory and modeling studies of toxic dinoflagellates including Karenia brevis in the Gulf of Mexico and Alexandrium fundyense in the Gulf of Maine; field effort includes deployment of behaving mimics; laboratory effort uses 65 gal mesocosms; modeling effort uses individual-based as well as 3-D coupled biophysical modeling approaches.

Ecological research in marine ecosystems that addresses both basic ecological theory and important management issues so that results can be applied to conservation and sustainable resource use; educational outreach activities that promote scientific literacy, provide hands-on examples of the scientific method, and promote conservation of marine resources and ecosystems.

Oceanographic links directory - Institutes -

Faculty: Dave Eggleston. Primary: Dr. David Fields reu bigelow. Primary: Bridgette Clarkston bclarkston csumb. Corey Garza Primary: Robert Podolsky reu cofc. Primary: Dallas Abbott dallashabbott gmail. Primary: Regina Kollegger rkolleger disl.

Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)

Ruth Carmichael rcarmichael disl. Richard Forward rforward duke.

Primary: Ms. Benita Black REU. Coordinator biosci. Primary: Margaret Cummings mcummings gmri.

Department of Earth Sciences

Graham Sherwood gsherwood gmri. Brian Roberts reu lumcon. Primary: Allen Mensinger amensing d.

Cathy Walsh cjwalsh mote.