Beach Walk

Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach! 

Beach Walk

Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach! 

Beach Walk

Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach. 

Beach Walk

Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach. 

Beach Walk

Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach! 

Beach Walk

Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach!

Birthday Parties

"Party with the Rays" at Florida Oceanographic The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center is a family-friendly facility that gives your child the chance to "Party with the Rays." Birthday party packages offer a group rate and pavilion rental option for families that want to celebrate their child's…

Blue-Green Algae Task Force: Focus should be on preventing, not removing toxic blooms

TCPalm covers the Florida Blue-Green Algae Task Force meeting and several members of the public who addressed them, and interviews Mark Perry and Gary Goforth.

Blue-green algae test results from western Martin County spark concern

WPTV covers  blue-green algae concerns after a bloom was spotted in western Martin County and interviews Mark Perry for comment.

Board of Directors passes a resolution

Florida Oceanographic Society's Board of Directors recently passed a resolution opposing offshore drilling and seismic activities. 

Board of Directors passes resolutions regarding LORS and EAA Reservoir

Florida Oceanographic Society's Board of Directors recently passed a resolution advocating for an accelerated revision of LORS and implementation of the EAA Reservoir. 

Board & Trustees

Board Chair Bob Mathias   Vice Chair Linda Houston   Secretary Nancy Rand…

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Business Partners

Stuart Web Inc.  Philip DeBerard Injury Attorney  Center State Bank…

Can Mangroves Experience Too Much of a Good Thing?

Mangroves have adapted to living in waters with low nutrient levels, and the addition of a limiting, or beneficial nutrient can enhance the productivity of these plants. However, large amounts of nutrients can be detrimental to the long-term health and maintenance of these important ecosystems.

Can mangroves keep up with rising sea levels?

Check out this recent paper by Dr. Glenn A. Coldren and researchers from Villanova University and Smithsonian Environment Research Center on work at Kennedy Space Center. 

Capital Expansion

Ocean EcoCenter - Explore Florida's Coastal Ecosystems…