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UF researchers publish article identifying important habitat characteristics for the rare, imperiled Gulf Coast Solitary Bee and its floral host Coastalplain Honeycombhead.

Habitat suitability of an at-risk, monolectic, ground-nesting bee Hesperapis oraria and its floral host Balduina angustifolia at two spatial scales along the Northern Gulf of Mexico by Davis, Miller and Thetford “The Gulf Coast Solitary Bee is acutely… Read More

UF Researchers identify structural diversity hot spots in the southern United States

A new study from the University of Florida identifies structural diversity hot spots of the longleaf pine ecosystem in the southern US.   Structural diversity of the longleaf pine ecosystem “The Longleaf pine ecosystem is the most diverse ecosystem of North America. Although much is known about species diversity… Read More

UF Professor Speaks at MKEI Symposium

Mattie M. Kelly Environmental Institute (MKEI) invited distinguished University of Florida guest speaker to take part in the MKEI Annual Symposium. Forest Resource and Conservation professor, Dr. Ajay Sharma was the keynote speaker for their 12th annual symposium…. Read More

Dr. Ajay Sharma Applied Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America

Dr. Ajay Sharma, an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida (UF) was selected to chair one of the largest Applied Ecology groups in the nation. He became Chair, Applied Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America… Read More