Vims Scientists Cruise To Study The Arctic During Historic Ice Melt
VIMS updates Chesapeake Bay coastal inventory
Mar 24th, 2019 08:17 UTC Williamsburg Yorktown Daily
The Chesapeake Bay shoreline — rife with inlets, necks, and tributaries both large and small — stretches 11885 miles, longer than the entire west .
Continued sea-level rise on East and Gulf coasts detailed: Nearly all non-Alaskan West Coast tide stations also saw higher seas
(since Feb, 2019) Science Daily
Interactive plots provide annual sea-level projections to 2050 for 32 localities along the US coastline from Maine to Alaska.
Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School-Warsaw places in statewide Ocean Sciences Contest
(since Feb, 2019) Rappahannock Record
Two teams from the Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for Marine & Environmental Science recently faced-off against students from other Virginia schools at .
Fish-tagging program recognizes top volunteers
(Mar 2019) WYDaily
The Virginia Game Fish Tagging Program celebrated the achievements of its top volunteers at Bass Pro Shops in Hampton recently. Efforts by these top .
Snyder: study shows no negative runoff effects from poultry houses or litter usage
(Mar 2019) Shore Daily News
VIMS Scientist Richard Snyder presented to the Accomack County BOS his findings of a study that investigated the pollution and runoff from poultry farms.
Herman William Hess Jr., 83, retired from Ford Motor Company
(Mar 2019) Williamsburg Yorktown Daily
Herman William Hess Jr., 83, passed away Friday, March 1, 2019, surrounded by his loved ones. His sweet smile will be missed by all. He was born and grew .
VIMS scientist helps lead NASA-funded ocean expedition
(months ago) William & Mary News
Deep-sea shrimp: VIMS professor Deb Steinberg displays a deep-sea shrimp caught in a net tow during the EXPORTS expedition to the northeast Pacific Ocean .
With New Research Ship, VIMS Steps Up the Science
(months ago) WVTF
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science is stepping up the science behind managing state fisheries, as well as research on how the planet is changing with.
VIMS welcomes new research vessel – William & Mary News
(months ago) VIMS welcomes new research vessel William & Mary News
William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science officially welcomed its new flagship research vessel — the R/V Virginia — at the Yorktown waterfront Friday.
Virginia Institiute of Marine Science gives Tidewater Neighborhoods a Flood-predicting Tool
(since Feb, 2019) WVTF
For neighborhoods along the Atlantic coast and the Chesapeake Bay, recurrent flooding that comes with climate change makes it hard to navigate, especially.