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Spiders and Springtails Underwater …what’s next?

The oyster spider (Paratheuma insulana) is able to live underwater among the shells of the oyster reef. Photo by Erik Lovestrand

Who would ever imagine spiders living underwater on an oyster reef?  Believe it or not, they do.  The tremendous productivity of our Gulf coastal waters has made them important to humans throughout history. Bivalves such as scallops, clams and… Read More

ACF Water War Update: US Supreme Court Rules on Florida v. Georgia

If you have not seen the news yet, the US Supreme Court provided a ruling on June 27, 2018 regarding the decades-long conflict between Florida and Georgia over water use in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint tri-state river basin. Guess what;… Read More

Oyster Restoration Research Team Announces May 1 Meeting

Project leaders coordinating the long-term oyster reef restoration study in Apalachicola Bay will be hosting an update meeting for the community on May 1, 2017, from 5-6 pm in the Apalachicola Community Center. The meeting will feature representatives… Read More

Oyster Restoration Research in Apalachicola Bay

MEETING NOTICE Oyster Restoration Research in Apalachicola Bay November 15, 2016 From 5 – 6 PM Apalachicola Community Center 1 Bay Avenue Scientists from the University of Florida, and resource managers from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation… Read More

UF Oyster Recovery Team sets Oct. 1 public meeting in Apalachicola

SEPT. 19, 2014 UPDATE:  The time-frame for the Oct. 1 workshop in Apalachicola has been adjusted.  The workshop will start with sign-in and discussion at 2:00 p.m. and last until 4 p.m.   SEPT. 18, 2014 UPDATE:  The… Read More

Introduction to Oyster Culture in the Northeastern United States

Introduction to Oyster Culture in the Northeastern United States   Thursday, April 3, 2014 FSU Coastal and Marine Lab 3618 Coastal Hwy 98, St. Teresa, FL The workshop is from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. The University of… Read More

Oyster Recovery Team report: Drought and salinity major issues, not oil

For Immediate Release GAINESVILLE, Fla. — There is no evidence that pollutants from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill contributed to the “unprecedented” decline in recent Apalachicola Bay oyster populations, according to a report this week by… Read More