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  • Into the depths: Exploring hydrothermal vents in the Gulf of California

    When Samantha Joye and her fellow researchers once again set sail into the Gulf of California, they weren’t sure what to expect. Joye had been studying hydrothermal vents in the area for over 15 years—her first expedition taking place in 2009—but hadn’t returned since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With help from a National … Continue reading "Into the depths: Exploring hydrothermal vents in the Gulf of California" The post Into the depths: Exploring hydrothermal vents in the Gulf of California appeared first on UGA Research News.

  • Natalie Cohen named 2024 Simons Early Career Investigator

    Natalie Cohen, assistant professor of marine sciences in the ԹϺ’s Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a 2024 Simons Early Career Investigator. The three-year grant provides $810,000 to fund her work tracking shifts in phytoplankton physiology along continental shelf ecosystems. A researcher in biological oceanography, Cohen is interested in how … Continue reading "Natalie Cohen named 2024 Simons Early Career Investigator" The post Natalie Cohen named 2024 Simons Early Career Investigator appeared first on UGA Research News.

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