Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology

Ear To The Water

Read about IMET's Artist-In-Residence, Stephen Bradley, an associate professor in the Department of Visual Arts at UMBC. In collaboration with IMET, Bradley is working on a project called Bio-Buggy: Ear to the Harbor, which will focus on human generated noise pollution and its effects on aquatic species. 

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The mission of IMET is to develop innovative approaches to protect and restore coastal marine systems and their watersheds, sustainably use resources in ways to benefit human well-being, and to integrate research excellence with education, training and economic development.

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