Olivia Doyle is a graduate assistant for the UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Dean's Office and a communication assistant for the UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants, currently obtaining her master's degree in Agricultural Communication. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, exploring Florida and watching Gator Football.
Posts by Olivia Doyle:
- What’s the buzz?: Drone Technology in Aquatic Plant Management
- Drawdowns: A Brief Look at Rodman Reservoir
- Aquatic Hitchhikers: What Are They and Why You Should Care
- Florida’s Floating Islands
- Early Detection Rapid Response: What It Is and What It Means to You
- A Moment of Clarity: Does Clear Water Mean Healthy Water?
- UF Weed Science Graduate Certificate: Further Your Education in Invasive Plant Management
- The Invasive Alligatorweed: Alternanthera philoxeroides
- Private Pond Stewardship: The Privilege and Responsibility of Healthy Vegetation Management
- UF/IFAS CAIP Undergrad Awarded with the 2021 – John Jachetta Undergraduate Research Award from WSSA