Environment

We are Tropics: Shagufta Gaffar

We are Tropics: Shagufta Gaffar

Agricultural intensification goes hand-in-hand with pesticide use. Mounting evidence of their harmful impacts has forced scientists to explore ways to […]

FIU participates in inaugural Broward Youth Climate Summit

FIU participates in inaugural Broward Youth Climate Summit

By Alvina Chackungal Nearly 500 middle school and high school students gathered on January 25t for the first ever Broward […]

Rolando Santos: Making waves at FIU

Rolando Santos: Making waves at FIU

Rolando Omar Santos Corujo, a postdoctoral associate in the Southeast Environmental Research Center within the Institute of Water and Environment, works […]

The future of South Florida’s freshwater fishing

The future of South Florida’s freshwater fishing

From backyard canals, to vast lakes, South Florida is a place where you truly never know what’s on the end […]

Red Tide spikes manatee fatalities

Red Tide spikes manatee fatalities

Recently, there has been an estimated 100 manatee fatalities due to the lingering toxic algae known as Red Tide. With […]

CREST CAChE students graduate with masters and Ph.D.

CREST CAChE students graduate with masters and Ph.D.

By Angela Fischer Students from the inaugural CREST CAChE cohort have successfully defended their master’s thesis and Ph.D. dissertation. Tiffany […]

Aquarius Reef Base tests new diver tracking system with U.S. Navy

Aquarius Reef Base tests new diver tracking system with U.S. Navy

The job of a U.S. Navy diver is anything but ordinary. Navy divers are on duty across every one of […]

Who is the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force?

Who is the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force?

Many local South Floridians have come to know the Everglades as the nearby national park where they can bring out-of-towners […]

The future of red tide: what scientists are saying

The future of red tide: what scientists are saying

This year’s red tide outbreak slowly spread into Manatee County waters by August and fish died by the thousands, washing […]

Lukas Lamb-Wotton

Lukas Lamb Wotton: Leaving a footprint in Everglades research

By Maria Pulido-Velosa Lukas Lamb Wotton, M.S student in the Department of Biological Sciences, is on a scientific journey to identify […]