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Saving Biscayne Bay

Saving Biscayne Bay

The unprecedented fish kills and algal blooms recently seen in Biscayne Bay have brought up many questions to locals and […]

NOAA awards nearly $600,000 to mangrove resilience project

NOAA awards nearly $600,000 to mangrove resilience project

An FIU Institute of Environment researcher is trying to understand how mangrove coasts gain back their strength after being hit […]

Water quality modeling postdoc

Water quality modeling postdoc

The FIU Institute of Environment Water Quality Monitoring Laboratory is seeking to fill a postdoctoral research associate position in water […]

Conference brings together 43 countries for dam discussion

Conference brings together 43 countries for dam discussion

An FIU Institute of Environment-led conference on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam brought together people from countries that have been […]

Ph.D. student receives fisheries research grant

Ph.D. student receives fisheries research grant

Jonathan Rodemann, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Earth and Environment, was recently awarded the Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing […]

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 […]

REU Success Story: Samiris Suleiman

REU Success Story: Samiris Suleiman

By Taknighis Beauvoir Inspired by her father’s non-profit environmental organization, Sociedad Ambiente  Marino, Samiris Suleiman began studying environmental science and […]

REU Success Story: Harrison Mancke

REU Success Story: Harrison Mancke

Inspired by marine biologist Sylvia Earle to explore the earth’s oceans, marine biology student Harrison Mancke dove into research at […]

Faculty take historic trip to Caribbean for climate change

Faculty take historic trip to Caribbean for climate change

Climate change has threatened Caribbean communities with increased rainfall, extreme weather events and rising sea levels. To address this issue, […]