Sinkholes are common in Florida as much of our state sits on highly porous carbonate rock. Though they are a … Continued
While sargassum seaweed provides important nutrients and habitat for many species, it can bloom out of control and cause problems for marine life and humans alike.
What’s going on? Citrus greening is a citrus plant disease that is spread by an insect called the Asian citrus … Continued
What’s going on? Corals are composed of numerous individual coral polyps, tiny sea animals that receive most of their energy … Continued
Saltwater intrusion refers to the way that saltwater is increasingly entering Florida’s aquifers, most notably in South Florida.
Florida boasts 825 miles of coastline, but as of 2021, more than 426.6 miles of it are critically eroded. Learn about potential solutions to this costly issue.
Soil is more than just dirt. It’s a complex ecosystem filled with living things, organic matter, minerals, and even liquids and gases. But soil in Florida is at risk from a number of climate change-related threats and human-caused issues.
When developers apply for permits to build on wetlands, they can buy credits that go toward the upkeep and maintenance of a nearby wetland.
First reported in 2014, stony coral tissue loss disease has infected more than 30 species of corals ranging over 96,000 acres throughout Florida’s Reef Tract.
Climate change is leading to rising sea levels around Florida’s coastal cities. But, how much is this costing the state?