Flash droughts that affected 16 states between September and October also hit farmers in the Florida panhandle.
Managing our environment in a way that is harmonious with the state’s more than 21 million people can be challenging.
As cities feel the cost of flooding, they are taking measures to address stormwater issues and how to pay for them.
Since the event, the SEFS scientist registration database has seen over 10 new scientists join the efforts to connect teachers and scientists.
But in Greenland, a warming climate has begun to make its natural resources more accessible to foreign investors.
Open-ocean aquaculture is an emerging approach to fish farming, and one that has the potential to be developed off Florida.
Thanks to the help of algae bloom experts, we’ve answered your burning questions about blooms, broken down by each algae type.
The Gulf dead zone did not reach its record-setting prediction this year, but scientists say the measurement may not paint the full picture of the problem.
How can we protect cultural heritage sites, historic buildings, archaeological sites and longstanding traditions from climate change?
Red tides not only wreak havoc on our natural ecosystems, they also put a dent in Florida’s pocketbook.