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Latest News & Events

A Virtual & Residential Program to Grow Your Capacity and Impact

A Virtual & Residential Program to Grow Your Capacity and Impact

The 5-week program consists of hands-on, live online learning and a full week of classes, field trips and professional networking in California. Apply by June 30 at bluepioneers.ucsc.edu

Cambio climático: en Puerto Rico preocupa las inundaciones en Salinas de Cabo Rojo

Cambio climático: en Puerto Rico preocupa las inundaciones en Salinas de Cabo Rojo

La extensionista marina del PSGUPR y coordinadora del Centro de Educación en Cambio Climático y Ambiental (CenECCA), Lillian Ramírez, habló con la cadena CNN en español sobre el impacto del Cambio Climático en Las Salinas de Cabo Rojo. Para ver el video oprima el botón de abajo.

Funding Opportunity – Special Research Grants Program Aquaculture Research

Funding Opportunity – Special Research Grants Program Aquaculture Research

The Aquaculture Research program supports the development of an environmentally and economically sustainable aquaculture industry in the United States. Click the button below for more information.

Sea Grant & ASLO Bring Helping Hands to Puerto Rico

Sea Grant & ASLO Bring Helping Hands to Puerto Rico

Photo: Metropolitan Puerto Rico. Credit: Ruperto Chaparro Serrano/Puerto Rico Sea Grant. Click the button below for more information.

Puerto Rico Coral Reef Ecosystem Valuation

Puerto Rico Coral Reef Ecosystem Valuation

This project was sponsored and funded by the U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development. Learn more about the study "Puerto Rico Coral Reef Ecosystem Valuation" by pressing the button below.

Our magazines

Marejada

Marejada is the new marine bulletin from the University of Puerto Rico Sea Grant College Program (UPRSGCP). Marejada is published twice a year and it will follow the trajectory of Boletín Marino, a magazine that for 25 years effectively disseminated the activities and the research and extension projects coordinated by our program. Click here for more information.

Fuete y VerguillaThe ‘fuete’ and the ‘verguilla’ are two important tools for deep water fishing of groupers and red snapper. It is a vertical, solid, resistant, and important art form; just like our fishermen. It is the title that we have chosen for our magazine, through which we wish to initiate an exchange of information amongst everyone that is involved in commercial fishing in Puerto Rico. Click here for more information.

Educational Guides for teachers

As a part of its educational efforts, the University of Puerto Rico’s Sea Grant Program has designed a series of educational guides for teachers with the goal of promoting conservation and sustainable use of Puerto Rico’s coastal and marine resources.

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Digital Projects

 

 

Porto Rico 1930 Georreferenciado: un mosaico de la costa

El proyecto Porto Rico 1930 georreferenciado: Un mosaico de la costa consiste en la georreferenciación de las fotografías aéreas de 1930-1931 (denominadas 1930) para la costa de Puerto Rico; específicamente para el área que cubre por lo menos un kilómetro tierra adentro desde la línea de costa. Pulse aquí para ver más.

Proyecto 1867: Desastres y memoria en Puerto Rico

En el Proyecto 1867: Desastres y memoria en Puerto Rico, recalcamos y damos a conocer los eventos ocurridos en el año 1867, los cuales son poco conocidos en nuestro contexto de desastres. Lo usamos como punto de partida para documentar eventos subsiguientes, tanto de gran magnitud como aquellos de menor magnitud (pero de mayor ocurrencia). Pulse aquí para ver más.

Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios del Litoral (CIEL)

El Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios del Litoral (CIEL) es un centro de investigación adscrito al Departamento de Ciencias Sociales, de la Facultad de Artes y Ciencias del Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. Pulse aquí para más información. Pulse aquí para ver más.

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