Warmer waters are leading to smaller oysters, while the dumping of ships ballast water can exacerbate the spread of coral disease.
Invasive species compete with native animals and plants for resources like food and habitat, often upsetting the balance of natural ecosystems.
Explore the links in this post to learn more about proposed legislation that pertains to Florida’s environment and natural resources.
Sea urchins eat algae that if left unchecked, can smother coral reefs.
Take on the role of eight different pollinator groups like bats, bees, beetles and butterflies in this bilingual immersive exhibit.
With the Burmese python being well-established in Florida, researchers are hoping their new innovative camera can help control the population.
Managing our environment in a way that is harmonious with the state’s more than 21 million people can be challenging.
Hurricane season impacted the green sea turtle population as the effects of Dorian were felt along Florida’s Atlantic coast.
Researchers say the increase is likely due to antibiotics entering marine environments.
Professor William Crampton is featured in Nature Communications for his discovery of the highest-ever voltage generated by a living creature.