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SoMAS Graduate Student Helps Develop Tool to Constrain Silicon Cycle
Our understanding of the global silicon (Si) cycle has changed progressively over the past several decades. In the late 1970’s, the silica (SiO2) produced by weathering on the continents and delivered in dissolved form from the world’s rivers to the (More)
North Atlantic Tuna Less Toxic, SoMAS Study Finds
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Vax to Flax 2016
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Liblit Award Winners 2015
The winners of the 2015 Evan R. Liblit Memorial Scholarships have been announced!  Ryan Wallace of SoMAS has won the Liblit Graduate Scholarship.  (More)
SoMAS Student selected as Turner Fellow
M.S. and Ph.D. candidate Sara Cernadas-Martin, a student in the lab of More)
Study Reveals Industrial Aerosol Emissions Has Changed the Relationship Between Temperature and Precipitation in the Northern Tropics
  Findings published in Nature Geoscience also indicate a way to make more accurate predictions about future climate trends More)
SoMAS research addresses \"Sharknado Studies\"
The third \"Sharknado\" film premiers tonight on the SyFy channel, and early reviews suggest a similar level of insanity as has been present in the past two films.  While the film suspends belief in as many scenes as possible, there is some accuracy (More)
New Student BBQ 2015
September 11, 2015 Photos by Gina Gartin Many thanks to the organizers of the event, the volunteers and the perfect weather! (More)
SoMAS Welcomes New Graduate Students
On Tuesday, August 24, SoMAS held a day-long orientation event to familiarize new graduate students with SoMAS resources and introduce them to the SoMAS community. T (More)
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