“Changes in butterfly populations that occur as a result of natural factors are difficult to control and manage,” said Gary Rand, director of the Ecotoxicology and Risk Assessment Lab and professor of environmental studies. “Human factors, like our use of insecticides, can certainly be monitored and managed more effectively.”
Earth and Environment’s electron microscopy laboratory (https://fcaem.fiu.edu/) was featured at a workshop at the recent Southeastern Geological Society of America Meeting.
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Speaker Alejandro Rosselli.
Speaker Dr. Simon Mitchell is Professor of Sedimentary Geology at the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. His expertise is in mixed carbonate-clastic depositional systems, rudistid bivalve evolution, and Caribbean geology and hydrocarbon exploration.
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