In an interview that was recently aired as part of the "Living on Earth" series on Public Radio International, FIU Biology faculty member and mayor of the city of South Miami, Philip Stoddard responded to questions about risks caused by sea level rise in South Florida.
This March, residents of the Kayonza District gathered with national and USAID officials to celebrate Rwanda’s National Water Week by breaking ground for the Migera Water System.
The bat watch was organized by a Florida International University biologist, Kristen “Kisi” Bohn, who discovered the bats in late 2012 when she moved three blocks away from the course.
NASA returned to the bottom of the sea this week for a nine-day mission at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base.
With an eye to exploring outer space, a multi-national crew of four astronauts today will submerge into "inner space," diving to an undersea habitat off the Florida Keys.
NASA has sent four astronauts to live 62 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean for the next nine days to test technologies and training techniques for use aboard the International Space Station and other long-duration exploration missions.
NASA is returning to the bottom of the ocean. Twice this summer, aquanauts participating in the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) will conduct activities on the ocean floor that will inform future International Space Station and exploration activities.
Campers in FIU’s EcoAcademy recently visited Virginia Key North Point in Miami, FL to take part in a day of ecosystem restoration activities.
Most students spend their summers working odd jobs or catching up on much-needed rest, but a group of doctoral students in the FIU Marine Sciences Program recently took part in a research cruise along Florida’s west coast.
A recent article published in The Guardian (U.K.), features perspectives and quotes from FIU Biology faculty colleague --- and mayor of South Miami --- Philip Stoddard, and from Peter Harlem, in the FIU Geographic Information Systems Center.