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.
- Too many nutrients in the ocean can be a bad thing. Learn more about hypoxia & dead zones: 1.usa.gov/1uAXos8 http://t.co/djZMFWCg8V 3 hours ago
- RT @NOAA: The #NutrientSensor Challenge was launched today at #AGU14. See @whitehouseostp blog: whitehouse.gov/blog/2014/12/1… http://t.co/FvLhcI5w… 18 hours ago