Scientists from Florida International University’s Southeast Environmental Research Center led by assistnat professor Len Scinto conduct research on tree islands in the Loxahatchee Impoundment Landscape Assessment (LILA).
One student's experience as a high school intern with the FIU based Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program.
Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century is an exhibition about planning for climate change and sea level rise in Greater Miami presented by the FIU School of Architecture.
Florida International University has a three-year contract to monitor the Keys canal cleanup projects to see if it works as well as hoped.
FIU and the National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) have joined forces to create the International Center for Tropical Botany (ICTB) at The Kampong in Coconut Grove, Florida.
Jason Downing and Shan Wong spent two summer months in China studying orchid biology and conservation under Hong Liu, an ecologist in the Department of Earth and Environment who specializes in rare plant restoration, including endangered orchids, in China and the United States.
Fifty high school students from MAST @ FIU broke up into groups to collect water samples at 12 different monitoring stations along the west coast of the South Beach area on Oct. 9. Their study was part of FIU’s efforts to raise awareness and study sea level rise on King Tide Day, the day each year when tides often lead to massive flooding in Miami Beach and other parts of South Florida.
FIU joined more than 20 institutions across North America in a new study, based at Augustana College in Illinois, as the only participating university southeast of the Appalachian Mountains.
FIU ‘s School of Environment Arts and Society was recently named a major research, monitoring and education partner of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary under an agreement with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Miles Medina, who graduated last May, was awarded 1st Place in the Outstanding Thesis in Food and Agricultural Sciences Competition by the USDA-American Association of Hispanics for Higher Education-Texas A&M University.