Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU

Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU

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Jeff is in love with water, the coast, mud, and nature in every way. He is a native of the gulf coast and also teaches Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU. He tries to teach his students that changes are happening to the earth and societal action is needed to preserve our natural planet. He believes we need to maintain our connection with nature as it can soothe us. He lives off of the enthusiasm of the young people he teaches—in hope that they can inspire the action that is needed to slow climate change.

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Why dress up as a dinosaur for Halloween when you can hang out with a real one (especially one who poses for the camera)! The lab is back in Crystal River, FL this week deploying our TurtleCams and conducting in-water surveys to determine sea turtle habitat use and population demographic patterns.

Hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable weekend!

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This photograph was taken during research activities permitted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, NOAA Fisheries Service, and MyFWC Florida Fish and Wildlife under permit numbers SUP 21005 (USFWS), 19496 (NMFS), and MTP-21-243 (FWC) under conditions not detrimental to this animal. Please do not attempt to recreate the contents of this image without appropriate training and authorization.

This project was funded in whole or in part by a grant awarded from the Sea Turtle Grants Program. The Sea Turtle Grants Program is funded from proceeds from the sale of the Florida Sea Turtle License Plate. Learn more at www.helpingseaturtles.org Sea Turtle Conservancy. Additional funding was provided by Waterlust.

Photo credit: Ware Marine Research and Conservation

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Savannah Weber Ian Silver-Gorges Armando J B Santos Emily Hardin Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU FSU College of Arts & Sciences
ICYMI! Here's the lecture of Professor Jeff Chanton of FSU Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science entitled "The History of Earth's Climate".
It’s Team Member Tuesday! Claire is one of our interns and is a second year student studying Environmental Science and Policy with Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU 📚 Her favorite animals at the wildlife center are the fruit bats! Claire oil paints and makes earrings in her free time, and our keepers are so thankful for her help with animal care!
MSc. student Laura Anthony is currently on Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU associate professor Amy Baco-Taylor's research cruise studying deep-sea corals in the Hawaiian seamounts. The research cruise will be at sea for 43 days, returning to port on Oct. 2nd. In the picture above, Laura is sampling water from a CTD device (conductivity, temperature, and depth). Awesome work, Laura!! 👏🌺🌊
A significant number of endangered sea turtle nests are lost in the Florida Panhandle each year from wave exposure and inundation. Learn how Florida State University Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU researchers are investigating the effects of wave wash-over on nests and hatchlings to assist conservation management: https://artsandsciences.fsu.edu/article/wave-wash-over-poses-threat-endangered-sea-turtle-nests-and-hatchlings

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Deadline reminder: today is the day!

The eager and talented students who have applied for UROP will be excited to start working as research assistants this fall—but we still need more research proposals from faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate students, and campus and community partners! Your participation will enable more students to participate in undergraduate research, while continuing to build our nationally recognized undergraduate research portfolio at FSU.

When you are ready to upload a research or creative project to request research assistants, make sure to submit your project by August 23rd, 2021 to the database using SurveyMonkeyApply: https://buff.ly/3uIy7PX
Thanks Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU! Join us on Sept. 9 to learn about getting involved in research!
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Deadline reminder coming next Monday!!

The eager and talented students who have applied for UROP will be excited to start working as research assistants this fall—but we still need more research proposals from faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate students, and campus and community partners! Your participation will enable more students to participate in undergraduate research, while continuing to build our nationally recognized undergraduate research portfolio at FSU.

When you are ready to upload a research or creative project to request research assistants, make sure to submit your project by August 23rd, 2021 to the database using SurveyMonkeyApply: https://buff.ly/3uIy7PX
Florida State University saw a period of campus growth under President John Thrasher’s leadership with the addition of 13 new facilities, 37 major renovation projects, 23 major construction projects and $800 million of new construction, including a state-of-the-art Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU and modern residence halls. thrasherlegacy.fsu.edu
Awesome work by Dr. Stukel and the Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU team!
That face you make when you watch a dinosaur nest. And by dinosaur, I mean a green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas).

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This photograph was taken during research activities permitted by MyFWC Florida Fish and Wildlife under permit number MTP-21-239 (FWC) under conditions not detrimental to this animal. Please do not attempt to recreate the contents of this image without appropriate training and authorization.

This photograph was taken under infrared light and converted to black-and-white in post-processing. Life Pixel Infrared

This project was funded in whole or in part by a grant awarded from the Sea Turtle Grants Program. The Sea Turtle Grants Program is funded from proceeds from the sale of the Florida Sea Turtle License Plate. Learn more at www.helpingseaturtles.org. Sea Turtle Conservancy
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The Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science (EOAS) conducts research and offers instruct

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Role Models | Arts and Sciences 12/20/2022

Role Models | Arts and Sciences

This year, two scholars, associate professor Allison Wing and assistant professor Alyssa Atwood, were awarded National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Awards for their groundbreaking research and ability to serve as leaders in their field. Learn about their work and other FSU College of Arts & Sciences recipients in the latest issue of Spectrum: fla.st/RCRZ78TM

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Role Models | Arts and Sciences Pursuing a career in academia or research can be an overwhelming prospect for recent doctoral graduates, and the prospect of a career combining both can be downright daunting. However, some of Florida State University’s junior faculty are getting national attention and support to launch groundbrea...

12/19/2022

Congratulations to Florida State University College of Arts & Sciences alumna Ye Peng, pictured here with associate professor of geology Mainak Mookherjee, on receiving this year's Graduate Research Award from the American Geophysical Union (AGU)'s Mineral and Rock Physics section at the annual AGU conference!

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12/16/2022

Seeing things from a sea turtle's eye view! Check out some of the latest footage that Florida State University associate professor Mariana Fuentes and the FSU Marine Turtle Research, Ecology and Conservation Group have collected from their project.

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Year in Review: FSU sets foundation for future success in 2022 - Florida State University News 12/16/2022

Year in Review: FSU sets foundation for future success in 2022 - Florida State University News

Year in Review: FSU sets foundation for future success in 2022 - Florida State University News Florida State University enjoyed a remarkable year of achievements while setting a foundation for future success by launching the new FSU Health initiative, breaking ground on the College of Business’ Legacy Hall and celebrating the inauguration of President Richard McCullough. FSU placed in U.S. ...

Photos from Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory's post 12/15/2022

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St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program at FSU Panama City selected for $1.3M grant to study estuarine restoration success - Florida State University News 12/14/2022

St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program at FSU Panama City selected for $1.3M grant to study estuarine restoration success - Florida State University News

St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program at FSU Panama City selected for $1.3M grant to study estuarine restoration success - Florida State University News The Florida RESTORE Act Centers of Excellence Program (FLRACEP) will fund at least $1.3 million to support the St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program (SASJBEP) at FSU Panama City. The grant will fund a multidisciplinary research project to study the success of estuarine restoration efforts a...

12/12/2022

We hope you enjoy the winter break - see you in the spring and happy holidays from the FSU College of Arts & Sciences! ❄️

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Congratulations to all of the Fall 2022 graduates! Read what experiences EOAS graduate Kade Raynor is reflecting on as he prepares for Florida State University's commencement ceremonies tonight.

Photos from FSU Marine Turtle Research, Ecology and Conservation Group's post 12/09/2022

A new project launched by Florida State University associate professor of oceanography Mariana Fuentes aims to help reduce sea turtle mortality rates due to vessel strikes — learn more by reading below.

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Nole Edge: Alyssa Atwood and Allison Wing on hurricanes and ENSO 12/06/2022

Nole Edge: Alyssa Atwood and Allison Wing on hurricanes and ENSO

Though the official hurricane season ended last week, weather systems like tropical cyclones and ENSO affect the climate year-round. In a recent episode of Nole Edge, the official FSU College of Arts & Sciences podcast, Florida State University assistant professor Alyssa Atwood and associate professor Allison Wing discuss these weather systems and how they affect us.

Nole Edge: Alyssa Atwood and Allison Wing on hurricanes and ENSO Welcome to Nole Edge, the official podcast of the Florida State University College of Arts and Sciences! On this episode, assistant professor Alyssa Atwood a...

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12/05/2022

Finals Week

Faculty and Staff Briefs: November 2022 - Florida State University News 12/05/2022

Faculty and Staff Briefs: November 2022 - Florida State University News

Faculty and Staff Briefs: November 2022 - Florida State University News Faculty and Staff Briefs: November 2022 Florida State University’s faculty and staff are central to its mission and the key to its countless accomplishments. Throughout the year, honors and recognitions are awarded to individual faculty and staff members across campus. Faculty and Staff Briefs are...

Garnet & Gold Scholar Society welcomes 35 new members - Florida State University News 12/05/2022

Garnet & Gold Scholar Society welcomes 35 new members - Florida State University News

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Garnet & Gold Scholar Society welcomes 35 new members - Florida State University News Florida State University welcomed 35 new inductees into its prestigious Garnet & Gold Scholar Society this spring during an induction ceremony on Wednesday. Established in 2010, the Garnet & Gold Scholar Society facilitates student involvement and recognizes undergraduate students who excel within a...

12/02/2022

Florida State University Geology professor Vincent Salters at the Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science is available to speak to media about the geology behind the eruption of the Hawaiian volcano Mauna Loa.

Vincent Salters, a geology professor at the Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU and director of the Geochemistry Program at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University, is available to speak to media about the geology behind the eruption of the Hawaiian volcano Mauna Loa, the largest active volcano on the planet. Visit fla.st/7JWSKGD1 for contact info.

12/01/2022

Inspired to enact change by the lead contaminated water in Flint, Michigan, Florida State University student Abril Hunter wants to shape public policy through environmental science. Read how Hunter, who President McCullough recognized during his State of the University Address on Nov. 30, plans to use her research background to communicate environmental realities to legislators and everyday people: fla.st/PYBVPPFX

12/01/2022

Two-time Florida State University alumnus and distinguished meteorologist, Mark D. Powell, recently gifted $200,000 to the Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU to support operation of the weather observatory. Learn more about Powell and today's observatory dedication ceremony: fla.st/3H1ZLM9B

11/30/2022

Are you considering attending Florida State University's graduate school for meteorology? Drop by our virtual open house on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 1-3 p.m. to learn more about the meteorology program! Register here: https://forms.gle/NxUPWZpR2dC8cpPG7

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FSU researchers find decrease in crucial trace element preceded ancient mass extinction - Florida State University News 11/22/2022

FSU researchers find decrease in crucial trace element preceded ancient mass extinction - Florida State University News

Florida State University associate professor Jeremy Owens is part of a team that has uncovered that molybdenum, an essential trace metal, experienced a sharp decline just before up to 90% of the ocean's species perished in new work published by AGU Advances: fla.st/L0FF9Q7N

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FSU researchers find decrease in crucial trace element preceded ancient mass extinction - Florida State University News A decline in the element molybdenum across the planet’s oceans preceded a significant extinction event approximately 183 million years ago, new research from Florida State University shows. The decrease may have contributed to the mass extinction, in which up to 90% of species in the oceans perish...

Nole Edge: Alyssa Atwood and Allison Wing on hurricanes and ENSO 11/22/2022

Nole Edge: Alyssa Atwood and Allison Wing on hurricanes and ENSO

Check out the first episode of the Nole Edge podcast, produced by the FSU College of Arts & Sciences, featuring our very own assistant professor Alyssa Atwood and associate professor Allison Wing!

Nole Edge: Alyssa Atwood and Allison Wing on hurricanes and ENSO Welcome to Nole Edge, the official podcast of the Florida State University College of Arts and Sciences! On this episode, assistant professor Alyssa Atwood a...

FSU researchers: Rapid fluctuations in oxygen levels coincided with Earth's first mass extinction - Florida State University News 11/18/2022

FSU researchers: Rapid fluctuations in oxygen levels coincided with Earth's first mass extinction - Florida State University News

Researchers from Florida State University's Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science, part of the FSU College of Arts & Sciences, have found that patterns of mass extinction coincide with rapid changes in marine oxygen levels, painting a clearer picture of the role that oxygen plays in our climate in recent work published by Science Advances:

FSU researchers: Rapid fluctuations in oxygen levels coincided with Earth's first mass extinction - Florida State University News Rapid changes in marine oxygen levels may have played a significant role in driving Earth’s first mass extinction, according to a new study led by Florida State University researchers. About 443 million years ago, life on Earth was undergoing the Late Ordovician mass extinction, or LOME, which eli...

11/04/2022

The Florida State University Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science is looking for a Senior Grants Compliance Analyst to join its team. In this role, you’ll be a key player in the supervision and coordination of all contract and grant activities for the department, including the development, implementation, tracking, and monitoring of contracts and grants. The ideal candidate is detailed-oriented, enjoys problem-solving, and is able to organize tasks and meet deadlines.

Ready to apply? Visit jobs.fsu.edu before Nov. 9! fla.st/EJD2FN49 (Job ID 53451)

10/17/2022

Only one week left to apply for the Ermine M. Owenby Jr., Fund to Promote Excellence! The fund supports FSU College of Arts & Sciences women enrolled in any graduate program at Florida State University to present papers at conferences and professional meetings. Start your application here: fla.st/NPW0AR2I

President McCullough accepts national diversity award from publisher of INSIGHT Into Diversity - Florida State University News 10/14/2022

President McCullough accepts national diversity award from publisher of INSIGHT Into Diversity - Florida State University News

President McCullough accepts national diversity award from publisher of INSIGHT Into Diversity - Florida State University News Florida State University has again been recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine as one of the top institutions in the nation for its commitment to diversity and inclusion. President Richard McCullough accepted the university’s ninth consecutive Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED)...

10/13/2022

Congratulations!

The Geological Society of America has named Richard Bono, an assistant professor of geology in the department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU in Florida State University's College of Arts & Sciences, as the 2022 recipient of the Seth and Carol Stein Early Career Award in Geophysics and Geodynamics. Congratulations, Professor Bono! Read more about the award and research here: fla.st/WCS86G9H

10/13/2022

Read more about assistant professor Rhys Parfitt!

Today, FSU College of Arts & Sciences introduces Rhys Parfitt, an assistant professor with Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU at Florida State University, and speaks on how he conducts his research through a strong desire to better understand the physics and interactions of Earth's atmosphere and ocean. Click here to read more of Professor Parfitt's story: fla.st/6AMTLC3Q

10/12/2022

Congratulations to our very own Florida State University alumni, Janice Huff and Morgan Barry! 🎉

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🥁 Drumroll Please... The NWA Election Results Are In!!
✨ Your 2023 President-Elect is Bryan Karrick. He will serve as president in 2024.
✨ Janice Huff, Amy Sweezey, Morgan Barry & Matt Alto will serve as directors from 2023-2025.
👏 THANK YOU to all candidates who ran for seats on the board and the members who voted this year! https://nwas.org/nwa-2023-election-results/

10/04/2022

Join us in congratulating Dr. Jeff Chanton on being nominated for our of the week! Dr. Chanton goes above and beyond for his students, and is said to be very approachable and easy to talk to. His passion for teaching inspires his students to do well, and he is very knowledgeable on a variety of topics. Thank you for all that you do!

10/04/2022

Horseshoe Crab Spawning Event at FSUCML

FSU celebrates President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence - Florida State University News 10/04/2022

FSU celebrates President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence - Florida State University News

FSU celebrates President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence - Florida State University News About 30 Florida State University students presented research to more than 700 people last week at the 2022 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence. The event included the presentation of research in person for the first time in three years. The annual event highlights research f...

09/27/2022

As FSU prepares for Hurricane Ian please check emergency.fsu.edu for all the materials on preparing for extreme weather. link in bio

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09/26/2022

Hurricane Ian Update for Florida State University
Visit alerts.fsu.edu for all official updates

Classes Canceled Tuesday-Friday, Campus Closed for Business Thursday-Friday

Due to Hurricane Ian, classes at Florida State University’s Tallahassee campuses will be canceled Tuesday, Sept. 27, through Friday, Sept. 30. Out of an abundance of caution, the cancellation of classes on Tuesday is to allow students to travel safely out of the area if they so choose.
Campus will remain open and operational Tuesday, Sept. 27, and Wednesday, Sept. 28. Campus will close for business Thursday, Sept. 29, and Friday, Sept. 30.
Deans and Vice Presidents will provide guidance to faculty and staff for their respective colleges and divisions. As the University will continue to provide services to our students, staff should consult with their supervisors to determine their department’s needs. A communication will follow from the Office of Human Resources regarding an accelerated time entry and payroll processing schedule, and guidance for employees designated as essential personnel.
FSU is prepared to support students throughout the storm. To the extent possible, the University will continue to provide on campus services, including dining, for our students throughout the closure. On-campus residence halls will remain open for current residential students.
Students are encouraged to discuss possible travel plans with family and friends. Please continue to monitor the latest weather information from the National Weather Service or other official weather sources for information outside the Tallahassee area.
Students who choose to stay in Tallahassee will be advised via the FSU Alert system to follow a "shelter in place" protocol during the storm. That is, stay indoors, away from doors and windows, during the storm. Box meals will be delivered to the residence halls before the storm.
An “All Clear” message will be issued when conditions improve after the storm has passed. Continue to monitor alerts.fsu.edu for updates.
The university is expected to resume classes and normal business operations on Monday, Oct. 3.
Please visit alerts.fsu.edu for more information and updates.

FSU faculty available to comment for 2022 hurricane season - Florida State University News 09/26/2022

FSU faculty available to comment for 2022 hurricane season - Florida State University News

FSU faculty available to comment for 2022 hurricane season - Florida State University News Florida State University faculty are leaders in the study of hurricanes and the effects of these destructive storms. Their scholarship has led to research on infrastructure challenges, evacuation routes, sustainable tools and mental health challenges for those affected by hurricanes. Other researche...

09/26/2022

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