A BIOS REU, Times Two

Chloe Emerson

Chloe Emerson applied results from her first BIOS internship to a second study examining how ocean acidification impacts sea urchin spines.

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New Study Links Global Ocean Processes with Local Coral Reef Chemistry

An oceanographic buoy floats in calm ocean water

Five years of data collected on reefs and offshore in Bermuda shows that coral reef chemistry – and perhaps the future success of corals – is tied not only to the human carbon emissions causing systematic ocean acidification, but also to seasonal and decadal cycles in the open waters of the Atlantic, and the balance of biochemical processes in the coral reef community

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BIOS Celebrates 25 Years of Oceanographic Time-series Science

BIOS President William Curry congratulates BATS Principal Investigator Professor Nicholas Bates on his accomplishments

On April 24, 2014, BIOS faculty, staff, and supporters gathered in the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI to highlight a quarter century of science carried out through the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study (BATS), and to celebrate the numerous individuals who have contributed to the growth and longevity of the oceanographic time-series

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