Bryan Costa graduated from Middlebury College with a joint degree in Biology and Environmental Studies, and from the University of Maryland, College Park with an MPS in Geospatial Sciences. He joined the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science as a contractor in 2005. Since joining NOAA, he has worked on a variety of projects, characterizing, monitoring and modeling the physical and biological processes of marine ecosystems in the coastal waters, territories and flag islands of the United States.
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- Gulf of Maine Sampling Cruise Continues…..
- New Research Cruise in the Gulf of Maine to Improve Red Tide Forecasting
- Research Cruise Investigates Coral Ecosystem Connectivity in the Gulf of Mexico
- Climate: First Climate Sensitivity of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System blog series, Part 3 of 3, Interview with Dr. Patrick Robinson on socioeconomic findings, University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of Wisconsin-Extension
- Climate: First Climate Sensitivity of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System blog series, Part 2, Interview with A.K. Leight on biophysical study findings, NCCOS’s Oxford Cooperative Laboratory