Fishermen, fisheries scientists and members of the artificial reef community now have the opportunity to watch archived online coverage of the 2015 Florida Artificial Reef Summit.
The UF Oyster Recovery Team, established in 2013 to help restore Apalachicola Bay’s collapsed oyster fishery, has just released results of a community listening session.
The award is presented annually to a Florida Sea Grant agent who takes initiative, creativity and leadership in his or her extension program.
This premier 3.5-day intensive workshop will focus on teaching ArcGIS 10.2, a powerful tool for managing natural resources and guiding growth and development processes.
Physical oceanographer Monica Wilson will bring expertise in surface and subsurface oil circulation patterns to Sea Grant’s newly formed Gulf oil spill extension effort.
For his research developing novel ways to grow and store native plants essential to beach restoration, Mike Kane has been recognized by the Society for In Vitro Biology.
During her fellowship, Kayleigh Michaelides will work in Tallahassee and assist in developing projects dealing with water quality, coastal community resilience and habitat restoration.
Matthew Nuttall, a doctoral student, plans to study the stock assessment of Gulf menhaden during his time as a NOAA National Marine Fisheries Population Dynamics fellow.
Caitlin Pomerance has earned the prestigious NOAA Coastal Management Fellowship, where she will help create a coral reef management strategy for southeast Florida.
Florida Sea Grant has recently been awarded $308,206 to help create a new science education program on oil spill research results for industry and coastal communities.