Fei He produced a set of five fact sheets that explore the economic value of state parks, outdoor recreation, springs and ecosystem services in Florida.
Seagrass may not look like much, but Jamila Roth wants Florida students of all ages to know that it’s more important than they think.
The selected projects are intended to communicate Earth systems science research to either K-12 students and teachers or lifelong learners.
With funding from TESI, students learn how computer programming can be used to solve environmental problems.
Florida Museum graduate students recently unveiled a new traveling exhibit and coloring book focused on the Miami blue butterfly.
Ants offer a window into the scale of the invasive species problem and Florida hosts 12 of the worst invasive ant species worldwide.
Their mission? To extract an ice core from a polar ice cap and inspect its geological markers for climate change indicators.
This workshop will teach students how researchers at the University of Florida use coding techniques to understand invasive species and plant diseases.
We received 16 total applications, representing 23 students and postdoctoral associates across 13 different UF departments. We are pleased to announce the six projects that were selected for funding this year.