FAU Harbor Branch's Bing Ouyang, Ph.D., has received a patent for a new invention about the size of a soda can, which is a potential gamechanger in advanced underwater imaging technology.
FAU Harbor Branch researchers deployed an autonomous, passive acoustic platform to survey marine protected areas on the western shelf of Puerto Rico during grouper reproductive seasons.
FAU Harbor Branch researchers are the first to uncover the finer-scale feeding patterns of the whitespotted eagle ray in U.S. coastal waters.
FAU Harbor Branch researchers compared water quality in Florida's Indian River Lagoon "pre" and five-years "post" fertilizer bans, revealing sewage, not fertilizer is the root cause of environmental issues.
FAU researchers deployed a novel automated detector and localization model to find underwater marine organisms using their low-frequency pulse sounds to illustrate their detailed behavior.
Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute offers a new public boat tour of the Indian River Lagoon aboard "The Discovery," a 36-passenger pontoon.
A study by FAU Harbor Branch researchers on Pseudo-nitzschia spp., an algae that produces the neurotoxin domoic acid, shows it could negatively impact the biodiversity of Florida's Indian River Lagoon system.
Florida Atlantic University faculty experts are available to discuss various issues surrounding hurricane preparedness, evacuation and aftermath.
As summer kicks off and efforts are underway to find solutions to repurpose Sargassum, could the interplay between this seaweed, Vibrio bacteria and plastic marine debris pose a triple threat to public health?
Inspired by clam fishermen reports, FAU Harbor Branch researchers conducted a study using acoustic telemetry to monitor tagged rays in clam leases along Florida's Atlantic coast over two years.