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  • New paper by Andrew Altieri: Resilience of Tropical Ecosystems to Ocean Deoxygenation
    CESD faculty Andrew Altieri and PhD student Sara Swaminathan have a new paper out in Trends in Ecology & Evolution: Resilience of Tropical Ecosystems to Ocean Deoxygenation. Altieri and co-authors suggest that a community and ecosystems perspective that integrates knowledge… Read More
  • IMPROVING COASTAL RESTORATION BY TEMPORARILY IMITATING NATURE
    Christine Angelini, Ph.D., an associate professor of environmental engineering sciences, worked with a talented, international team to boost marsh and seagrass restoration success by mimicking emergent traits of coastal plants.
  • DOCTORAL STUDENT NAMED MARGARET A. DAVIDSON FELLOW
    Sydney Williams, an environmental engineering sciences doctoral student, was accepted to the Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship Program and received funding by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office for Coastal Management to research the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research… Read More
  • Estuary Day Workshop: April 11-14, 2019
    From April 11th-14th, CESD Assistant Professor Maitane Olabarrieta hosted an “Estuary Day Workshop.” The workshop had over 30 attendees from 10 countries. It began in Gainesville and ended in St. Augustine.
  • Oxygen: The universal currency on coral reefs
    Cha-ching! Oxygen is the universal currency on coral reefs, and the reef community is divided into the “haves” and “have nots”, and the “givers” and “the takers”. That is the message of a new review paper by Hannah Nelson and… Read More