Florida's economically important estuaries could be heavily impacted by sea-level rise and altered river flow, both caused by climate change. The resulting higher salinity, or saltiness of the water, could harm plants and animals, alter fish ... READ MORE
Future climate change could result in higher temperatures and greater evaporative water loss in Florida. If these changes are not compensated for by more rainfall, the state's largest water body, Lake Okeechobee, could experience prolonged periods ... READ MORE
Climate change is expected to result in increased temperatures of nearshore ocean water, and this could lead to increased growth of harmful microorganisms. These include algae that form noxious or toxic blooms, including red tides, and bacteria ... READ MORE
Martin B. "Marty" Main, creator of the Florida Master Naturalist Program, has been named assistant director of education and Extension for the Florida Sea Grant College Program and associate dean of natural resource programs for the Florida ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Nathaniel Reed, a lifelong environmentalist who worked under more than one president despite a controversial style that transcended party politics, will speak at the University of Florida November 28.
Reed is being named ... READ MORE