November's #ANGARIDeepDive topic is the moon jellyfish (Genus: Aurelia)! Growing up to 24 inches in diameter, these jellyfish are almost entirely translucent. Moon jellies aren't strong swimmers and are only capable of limited motion so wind, waves and current often…
Oceanography Camp for Girls participants were welcomed aboard R/V ANGARI for three days of hands-on, field-based oceanography training and research.
Participants gained hands-on field and laboratory experience in oceanographic methods on R/V ANGARI during the 2022 research cruise portion of Oceanography Camp for Girls.
Dr. Lisa Krimsky addresses some of the most frequently asked questions about red tides including causes and impacts of red tides and the current bloom status in Florida.
Our Ocean Expert Exchange (OEE) live webinar series features experts in marine science and technology, geared towards audiences of all ages.
Researchers came aboard R/V ANGARI for a full day of collecting surface water samples in West Palm Beach, Florida. This expedition allowed the research team to test methods and train for their upcoming expedition to the Southern Ocean.
Participants in the 2019 Oceanography Camp for Girls became oceanographers for the day, exploring and implementing numerous scientific techniques to study the marine world while onboard R/V ANGARI.
Youth and mentors from the Tri-City Trailblazers team gained hands-on experience with marine science field work led by FIU scientists onboard R/V ANGARI.
Students from the Marine Conservation Club at Wellington Landings Middle School spent the day onboard R/V ANGARI assisting Florida International University (FIU) researchers with shark research and learning about marine science through hands-on activities.
FIU scientists worked with citizen scientists to deploy drum lines, tag sharks and collect plankton from aboard R/V ANGARI.