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Carissa Gervasi wins American Fisheries Society contest

Carissa Gervasi wins American Fisheries Society contest

Written by Emma Odenweller Carissa Gervasi’s essay describing the declining abundance of Jack Crevalle in South Florida and the concern […]

Efforts to restore the Everglades

Efforts to restore the Everglades

Some of the world’s largest hubs are faced with the unprecedented threat of sea level rise – the Everglades being […]

Institute of Environment

Institute of Environment

In a memorandum sent out by Dean Michael R. Heithaus, we’ve learned of the realignment of all of our environmental […]

Where ice meets tropics—NHL’s Florida Panther’s Panther Conservation Night

Where ice meets tropics—NHL’s Florida Panther’s Panther Conservation Night

Right now, the health of the Everglades is in its 3rd period. A wide range of local organizations are aligning […]

Hopes of eliminating the Burmese pythons are slim

Hopes of eliminating the Burmese pythons are slim

Over the last 15 years, Burmese pythons have posed a huge threat to the Florida Everglades ecosystem. With no natural […]

Sea Level Solutions Day 2019

Sea Level Solutions Day 2019

Each year, seasonal King Tides cause flooding in the south Florida area. To understand more about the effects of rising […]

Meet our SERC scientists: Evelyn Gaiser

Meet our SERC scientists: Evelyn Gaiser

Name: Evelyn Gaiser Home Department: Biological Sciences How long have you been at FIU? In SERC? I came to FIU […]

Graduate research in the Kominoski Lab Fall 2020

Graduate research in the Kominoski Lab Fall 2020

Research opportunities (MS and PhD) are available in the Kominoski Ecosystem Ecology Lab at FIU beginning Fall 2020. The Kominoski […]

FCE LTER book published

FCE LTER book published

The FCE LTER program within the Institute of Water and Environment has published a book as part of the National Science […]

Algae bloom has resurfaced, but it’s not red tide

Algae bloom has resurfaced, but it’s not red tide

Blue-green algae has been clogging up the waterways in Manatee County, FL.  Common this time of year, especially in fresh […]