Dr. Michael Heithaus and Dr. Deron Burkpile discuss the importance of the Aquarius Reef Lab at TEDxFIU.
Anjanette Delgado MFA ’12 was taking the final course needed to graduate from the MFA Creative Writing program at FIU and was assigned to write a poem by none other than famed poet and FIU professor Campbell McGrath.
Common South Florida pollutants from sewage, agricultural practices and other sources can lead to a rapid increase in coral disease and bleaching among nearby coral reefs, a new study finds.
Dr. Furton will discuss the extraordinary sensory skills of these canines, and how that might be harnessed for conservation and security.
As part of the Ocean Life series, Dr. Liu will discuss how she has tirelessly negotiated since 2008 with Chinese government officials to protect and give scientists time to learn more about these rare orchids and harvest seeds for future reintroduction, and to allow the habitat to recover.
As part of the Speaking Sustainably series, Dr. Withey will discuss the ecological value parks and reserves provide the avian residents and visitors, and how better design can create urban environments that benefit both human and natural systems.
This course focuses on both the science and policy perspectives needed to address global climate change.
The Lane lab at the University of Rhode Island invites applicants for graduate students positions in Algal Systematics and Biodiversity.
Guy Harvey Scholarship Awards in 2014 will support undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled full time at Florida institutions of higher education who are conducting research related to the biology, ecology, habitat or management of fish in Florida's marine environment.