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Hurricane Idalia flood predictions
The Resilient Cedar Key project team has generated new flood depth prediction maps for Hurricane Idalia. These maps are generated from models created during a recent flooding vulnerability assessment. These ... READ MORE
Link: WUFT radio story about mapping tool
New Tool Launches to Help Cedar Key Prepare for Flooding
What will future flooding be like in Cedar Key? This can be tough to visualize but technology can help. The Resilient Cedar Key team just launched ... READ MORE
Guest post by: Jackie Hill, Old Fenimore Mill (OFM) Homeowners' Association
Living Shoreline Master Plan Inspires OFM Living Shoreline
On March 19, 2019 Savanna Barry, the Regional Specialized Extension Agent based in Cedar Key, FL at the ... READ MORE
Written by Ashley McDonald, UF/IFAS NCBS Research Scientist
The Suwannee River system was targeted this past winter by biologists in electrofishing boats to study a new addition to the local fish community, the recently ... READ MORE
Written by Ashley McDonald, Biological Scientist at UF/IFAS NCBS
What's a Fish Slam?
NCBS staff researcher (Ashley McDonald) and master’s student (Zoey Hendrickson) were two of dozens of biologists from 12 organizations that congregated ... READ MORE
Written by Adam Searles, a Ph.D. student in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment
The Nature Coast Biological Station has facilitated a plethora of field- and classroom-based opportunities for students at UF. A highlight of ... READ MORE
The Nature Coast Currents webinar series aims to communicate and catalog research happening along Florida's Nature Coast. In 2022-2023, the series focuses especially along the southern portion encompassed by the Nature ... READ MORE
Coastal cleanup by the numbers
This year, the International Coastal Cleanup was a back in full swing and was a huge success! Nearly 300 volunteers turned out to remove almost 4,000 pounds of trash from local shorelines! This is second only ... READ MORE
What is Florida Friendly Angler?
Florida Friendly Angler is a free, online course open to anyone, especially anglers looking to up their game! The course teaches skills and practices that help fish and the environment, a win-win for our ... READ MORE