The only subtropical institute of its kind in the continental United States. Located at the University of Miami, specializes in applied and basic marine and atmospheric research, shedding light on today’s most pressing environmental issues, including fisheries, oceans and human health, hurricane warnings, climate change, and coral reefs.
A group led by University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science graduate student Patrick Rynne has set out to change the way scientists disseminate their work to the world. The effort, dubbed The Waterlust Project, is a film project aimed at inspiring a broad audience to consider their relationships with water. Teaming up with GoPro, the manufacturer of the world’s most popular action sports camera called the Hero, Rynne hopes to show scientists that making their own films is not only relatively easy, but critical to broadening the impact of their work.
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