Marine Biogeochemistry Laboratory

Hydrostation 'S' Co-PI, Rod Johnson, who has participated in more than 30 years of cruises, collaborations and research: a testament in his words to the research technicians, principal investigators and support staff.

Hydrostation ‘S’ Turns 70


ASU Announces New School of Ocean Futures

“The State of Bermuda’s Waters: A Snapshot of Bermuda’s Exclusive Economic Zone from the Coastline to 200 nm” is a new report released by the Government of Bermuda. It highlights the status, uses, threats, and governance of the island’s marine environments and underwater cultural heritage, such as shipwrecks, in Bermuda’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ). BIOS scientists contributed scientific knowledge and data sets to the report, which will be used to help inform future marine planning processes.

BIOS Faculty Contribute to Government Report on the State of Bermuda’s Marine Waters

The National Science Foundation recently announced six new Science and Technology Centers (STCs). STCs are long-term award programs that conduct innovative research and education projects through collaborations between academic institutions, national laboratories, and other public/private partnerships. BIOS is one of 13 participating institutions in the new Center for Chemical Currencies of a Microbial Planet (C-CoMP), which will be based at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Big News for the Study of the Ocean’s Smallest Organisms


Long-term data show a recent acceleration in chemical and physical changes in the ocean