News and Announcements
UOG Sea Grant biologists assisted NOAA with tagging sea turtles over the summer for an ambitious satellite telemetry study.
Two University of Guam professors will embark on critical research funded by the UOG Sea Grant program that will benefit regional fisheries management and watershed restoration efforts.
The University of Guam Sea Grant program is calling for proposals to fund research in Guam, CNMI, and the Freely Associated States for its 2020 funding period.
UOG Sea Grant has been awarded a $278,785 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to identify factors that harm the island's reefs and watersheds.