During her fellowship, Kayleigh Michaelides will work in Tallahassee and assist in developing projects dealing with water quality, coastal community resilience and habitat restoration.
Presentations will include an overview of climate change science, approaches to sourcing plant propagules and impacts of climate change on sea oats, salt marshes and mangroves.
Zachary Loeb, a senior at Viera High School in Melbourne, has won the 2014 Skoch Scholarship for placing first in the environmental science category at this year’s state science fair.
Editor’s note: February 12, 2015 — The introduction of lures to Caribbean fishermen is not meant to suggest that the use of bait in the U.S. commercial and offshore sport-fisheries is not sustainable and should be replaced by lures. To the contrary, lures are being tested as a sustainable complement to the use of bait to…
When it comes to hiring, coastal industry leaders say that universities are not in touch with the needs of the industry. Industry leaders met at Oceans Day to address the problem.
Three graduate students at Florida universities have been named recipients of scholarships from the Aylesworth Foundation for the Advancement of Marine Science.
“I’m totally putting this on Instagram,” one third-grader said as he took out his smartphone to take a picture of the large aquatic mammal swimming along Blue Spring in Orange City, Fla. “Wow! That one is so big!” screamed another student while tapping his teacher to get her attention. Students’ faces were in awe as…
The all-new Catch and Release: Ways you can help saltwater fish survive! brochure features a section on deep-water release techniques for snapper, grouper and other reef fish.