Post Tagged with: "Southeast Environmental Research Center"

2011 heat wave still making an impact on Shark Bay

2011 heat wave still making an impact on Shark Bay

Researchers from the Heithaus Lab analyzed the impact of the largest marine heat wave ever to hit Shark Bay, Western Australia. In […]

FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting

FCE LTER All Scientists Meeting

Over 100 collaborators, students and staff from 20 institutions attended the annual Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research All Scientists […]

The threats of Florida Bay

The threats of Florida Bay

David Conway, from Florida Sportman, sits down with Jennifer Rehage, Associate Professor at FIU, to discuss the hypersalinity issues Florida Bay has […]

Ongoing red tide monitoring in South Florida

Ongoing red tide monitoring in South Florida

Red tide has continued to cause health problems for the public and wildlife throughout Florida. Although South Florida waters have […]

Ecotoxicology lab assistants

Ecotoxicology lab assistants

The Aquatic Ecology and Ecotoxicology Lab is seeking undergraduate students interested in gaining experience in ecotoxicology and/or ecology working with […]

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Living on Earth: Everglades tour with John Kominoski

This article first appeared in Living on Earth on April 5, 2019. In a recent Living on Earth podcast, Florida Coastal […]

CREST CAChE enters fourth year

CREST CAChE enters fourth year

By: Maria Paula Pulido The CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment (CAChE) held its third annual “All Hands Meeting” and student […]