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Time to wake up as conservationists

...Florida, and the University of Colorado-Boulder (Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.) is studying formation and maintenance of the ridge and slough landscape in everglades National Park (Homestead, Florida). Colleen O'Brien from Hudson, Ohio, and the University of Georgia (Athens, Georgia, U.S.A.) will conduct resea...
everglades in Medical Technology

Neptune Industries Reports Favorable Phase II Trial Results on Ento- Protein(TM)

...currently operates the Blue Heron Aqua Farms in Florida City, FL and is a leading producer of hybrid striped bass, which it markets internationally as everglades Striped Bass(TM). The company's current production at its Blue Heron farm, and future production with Aqua-Sphere(TM) System technology are intended t...
everglades in Biological News

Working to conserve endangered 'Playboy' bunnies

...nd Wildlife Service (USFWS) in Big Pine Key, landed a grant to study the bunnies. Tursi joined the team and is conducting fieldwork this summer in the everglades and Florida Keys. The USFWS is interested in Tursi's finding because it wants to prevent the bunnies' from becoming extinct. The USFWS hopes to id...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

... as a lake, a river, or a pipeline, and detect trace amounts of contaminants in real time, adds Prof. Katzir. Water management executives in Florida's everglades and officials in Germany are among those who have expressed an interest in using the technology. Skyscrapers in New York City a Likely Point of Att...

G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation funds purchase of state-of-the-art equipment for UM's Rosenstiel School

...s Marine Geology and Geophysics division, the group studies isotopes and trace elements on a global scale, including extensive research in the Florida everglades and Florida Bay, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Saudi Arabia, Africa and Europe. Because of the Rosenstiel School's interdisciplinary curric...

Ecologists report quantifiable measures of nature's services to humans

...r land and water management," Kareiva and Ruffo write. The issue's authors draw on current ecosystem services projects ranging from ranches in the everglades to North American shorelines to cultural lands in Hawaii. Novel programs such as the Florida Ranchlands Environmental Services Project (FRES) are...

Sequence matters in droughts and floods

...can Naturalist . The study, which focused on tree species common to the everglades in Florida, found that seedlings maintained higher growth rates and were le...t. The study has implications for the restoration and management of the everglades and other aquatic systems, Dr. Miao says. The results suggest that "the cha...

2008 Ocean Sciences Meeting -- media advisory 2

...udies of bays offer insights about phosphorus ranging from why Florida Bay has seagrass-killing algal blooms despite extremely low phosphorus from the everglades to evidence from the Chesapeake Bay watershed that 90 percent of the human-related phosphorus inputs are retained in the watershed. Participants: ...

Media advisory -- 2008 Ocean Sciences Meeting

...ed to attend the meeting, where they will present and discuss the latest findings in ocean acidification, the causes and consequences of sea-ice loss, everglades restoration impacts, marine ecology, river-ocean interactions and many other fields. We are in the process of organizing a series of press confer...

Everglades phosphorus limits on the right track, but more is needed

...federal standards for phosphorus releases into the everglades seem sufficient to protect the huge wetlands resid...each double or triple safe levels near some of the everglades outer edges. A six-year study led by Duke Unive...hosphorus levels persist in the outer edges of the everglades despite the construction of nearly 40,000 acres of...

Pollution threatens coral health by preventing lesions from healing, UCF study shows

... of Hollywood treated wastewater outfall, the Port everglades inlet mouth, a second outfall next to a mouth of t...ality near wastewater discharge pipes and the Port everglades inlet. Coral that were growing near both areas we...ewater outfall and was moderately high at the Port everglades and Hillsborough Inlet stations. Coral in those ar...

Research suggests fitness of Florida panthers improved by limited breeding with Texas animals

... a biologist who has studied panthers at Florida's everglades National Park for nearly 20 years. The research...ccessfully south and east into new sections of the everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve, h... said. Pimm, whose research group works in the everglades each year, said some scientists have erroneously t...
everglades in Biological Technology

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

... as a lake, a river, or a pipeline, and detect trace amounts of contaminants in real time, adds Prof. Katzir. Water management executives in Florida's everglades and officials in Germany are among those who have expressed an interest in using the technology. Skyscrapers in New York City a Likely Point of Att...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

... as a lake, a river, or a pipeline, and detect trace amounts of contaminants in real time, adds Prof. Katzir. Water management executives in Florida's everglades and officials in Germany are among those who have expressed an interest in using the technology. Skyscrapers in New York City a Likely Point of Att...

Entrepreneurial Profile Kelly Hansen, CEO of Neohapsis, Inc.

...eurs because of the tremendous obstacles Hansen has had to overcome to get where she is today. Born in Milwaukee, Hansen moved with her mother to everglades City, Florida at age 6. After years of struggling with school, Hansen recalls telephoning her father in the sixth grade and announcing that she could...
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