Post Tagged with: "Sea Level"

Rookery Bay Research Reserve science solutions series

Rookery Bay Research Reserve science solutions series

FIU’s partner Rookery Bay Research Reserve announces a new online series, Science Solutions: Working Together to Protect Rookery Bay. The series […]

Marine experts discuss climate change impacts in South Florida

Marine experts discuss climate change impacts in South Florida

Telemundo recently released a new TV special called “Climate Change / Cambio Climático,” which documented different states across the nation […]

Hurricanes like Dorian can impact our drinking water

Hurricanes like Dorian can impact our drinking water

With the 2020 hurricane season off to an early start, people in the Bahamas are still recovering from last year’s […]

Awards for student training in boat safety

Awards for student training in boat safety

The Scientific Boating Safety Association (SBSA) is providing up to three, $300 training awards annually to undergraduate and/or graduate students […]

Coronavirus may be helping local fish

Coronavirus may be helping local fish

Research professor Henry Briceño recently spoke to WLRN about how the novel coronavirus may be impacting local waterways and fish […]

Take action on Earth Day 2020

Take action on Earth Day 2020

The Earth needs us, even at six feet apart. The 50th anniversary of Earth Day is going digital – with […]

Institute partnership strives to protect Biscayne Bay

Institute partnership strives to protect Biscayne Bay

The Institute of Environment has renewed its partnership with the Biscayne Bay Marine Health Summit Coalition in support of a new effort: […]

Sea level expert offers insight on new South Florida calculations

Sea level expert offers insight on new South Florida calculations

Jayantha Obeysekera recently spoke to the Miami Herald about the new sea level projections from the Southeast Florida Regional Climate […]

Miami HEAT, CASE return to Miccosukee for annual Glades Sweep

Miami HEAT, CASE return to Miccosukee for annual Glades Sweep

Students at Miccosukee Indian School and 5th graders from Riverside Elementary’s HEAT Academy program ran point in the classroom last […]

Protecting properties from storm surge

Protecting properties from storm surge

Earth and Environment Professor Stephen Leatherman recently spoke to the Miami Herald about a federal plan that would bring new sand to […]