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The Florida Flood Hub for Applied Research and Innovation

The Flood Hub is a first in Florida. Established by the state and based at the University of South Florida College of Marine Science, it bridges the gap between scientists, policymakers, practitioners, and the public to help communities mitigate and adapt to flooding risks. The Flood Hub’s goal is to improve flood forecasting and inform science-based policy, planning, and management decisions.

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BLOGS & PERSPECTIVES

College of Engineering student Jaden Crute discusses the development of TREVOR during her internship with COMIT.  JUNE 3, 2024BLOGS AND PERSPEC

Engineering for Ocean Science Research

Monday, June 3, 2024

Developed by COMIT at the College of Marine Science, the uncrewed surface vehicle called TREVOR (Test Robotics Environment Vehicle for Ocean Research) demonstrates a cost-effective way to conduct marine research.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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CMS in the News

Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Taurus will take its first deep-sea mission in late July. It will be able to take tissue samples from deep-water sharks and help restore and repair coral communities.

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PUBLICATION HIGHLIGHTS

In a recent paper, Joshua Kilborn modelled the Gulf of Mexico fishery ecosystem trends and trajectory over time and better understand the factors that influenced their evolution.

In a recent paper, Joshua Kilborn modelled the Gulf of Mexico fishery ecosystem trends and trajectory over time and better understand the factors that influenced their evolution. Click on the image to read more.