A new study reveals that cownose rays that summer in Chesapeake Bay winter off the coast of Florida, and suggests localized management solutions.
Researchers with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science advance understanding of York River algae by imaging with hyperspectral sensors.
A new York River buoy will add understanding to an understudied, high-traffic section of Chesapeake Bay while aiding local and national monitoring networks.
Scientists at the University of Michigan and several U.S. government agencies are predicting an average-sized dead zone for the Gulf of Mexico this year, according to a statement. But that’s not good news, they stress, because the...
Salt marshes aren’t as vulnerable to sea level rise as has been previously thought, according to researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS). The claims that salt marshes are so vulnerable, scientists argue,...
Virginia Institute of Marine Science researchers dissect the dynamics of a new alga on the rise near Chesapeake Bay in efforts to help shellfish growers.
Researchers at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science are building an underwater ROV that uses acoustics to measure the thickness of oil slicks.