Why Marine Science?
The oceans are part of the thin, outer shell of the Earth and marine science is the study of this envelope, from the deep sea to shallow coastal oceans: their biology, chemistry, geology and physics together make marine science a richly inter-disciplinary science. The oceans are dynamic and vast, they contain most of the Earth's water and carbon and surface heat, and much of its biomass, but they do not operate alone.
What Will I Learn?
Specialize and perform applied research across all marine science disciplines (marine
biology, marine chemistry, marine geology, and marine physics);
Provide science-based decision support for marine natural resource, wildlife, aquaculture, water quality, and ecological restoration and management efforts;
Apply cutting-edge technologies to ocean observing efforts, from land- and ship-borne systems to satellite oceanography;
Conduct fundamental research on the complex dynamics that define global and regional oceanic processes, in the past, present, and future.
Dr. Danielle Greenhow
Assistant Teaching Professor
Marine mammal hearing and noise impacts
Echolocation production and utilization
Passive acoustic monitoring of marine mammals
- Research Scientist
- Environmental Consultant
- Program Manager
- Stephen Mitchell, BSc 2019
Graduate Student University of Southern Mississippi