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Tag: Program in Fisheries and Aquatics Sciences

Crayfish Personalities May Be Key to Understanding Water Ecosystems

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Just like people come in different personalities, animals vary in their behavior. For example, some crayfish can be shier while others are bolder, a University of Florida scientist says. While crayfish are… Read More

UF study: To help prevent harmful algal blooms, limit nitrogen and phosphorus

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Algal blooms can kill fish and harm a lake’s ecosystem, but by reducing two nutrients together such as nitrogen and phosphorus – not just one or the other — water managers might… Read More