Everglades restoration efforts aim to restore historical hydrology, providing relief to stressed peatlands.
Florida oysters and seagrass serve an indelible purpose for the environment and the state’s residents as well.
Florida International University is deploying a data buoy to monitor for red tide, and educating citizen scientists on sea level rise.
Scientists at Florida International University have put a price tag on the carbon of mangroves in Everglades National Park, about $2 to $3.4 billion.
With the Everglades restoration plan underway, U. of Alabama scientists continue a long-term study of the wetlands’ greenhouse gases and more.
A multi-agency experiment is looking for the best way to reconnect the Everglades and what the value of such an effort might be