Scientists have launched an effort to predict where invasive animal species will move in the southeastern United States in response to changes in climate and land use.
The goal is to help wildlife management agencies to stay ahead of ... READ MORE
DAVIE, Fla. --- Rivers, lakes, and ponds are recreational destinations for swimming, fishing, boating and more. When cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (cyanoHABs) form releasing toxins into these freshwater systems, there can be harmful impacts ... READ MORE
Each week, SFRC highlights a fantastic student or alumnus for #FeaturedStudentFriday. Today's student is Christine Swanson, a Forest Resources and Conservation Ph.D. student. Christine is advised by Dr. Stephanie Bohlman.
What’s ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Water—how much we have, its quality and how we use it – is the one issue that touches every Florida resident and community. Scientists from North America will gather at the University of Florida to tackle water issues ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- The University of Florida Water Institute has received a $5 million, five- year grant to promote water security for the region’s farmers, foresters and the environment.
The Water Institute, a campus-wide interdisciplinary ... READ MORE