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Spring 2020 Living Shoreline Volunteer Days

By Natalie Stephens Cedar Key locals, “snow birds”, Gainesville students, and travelers from all over are coming together to volunteer with the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station for their Spring 2020 living shoreline volunteer events! With groups ranging… Read More

What’s going on along Cedar Key’s shorelines?

Coastal change is obvious along Cedar Key’s shorelines. One of the most noticeable changes is rapid erosion along the shorelines of Daughtry Bayou. Erosion is a natural process in coastal ecosystems but becomes an issue when it threatens… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Finding the Cedar Key Salt Marsh Vole

Written by 2019 Summer Intern Camila Leon, with host Robert McCleery from UF IFAS Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Introduction I was fortunate enough to work with Dr. McCleery and Dr. Taillie’s project for the Nature Coast Biological Station’s… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Sea-level Rise and Saltmarsh Dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico, FL

Written by 2019 Summer Intern Sarah Tevlin, with hosts Carrie Adams and Stephanie Verhulst with UF IFAS Environmental Horticulture Department.  A Study in Splinters. This summer, I had the honor of working with the Carrie Adams Restoration and… Read More