The 2016 Faculty Author Day, featured on the FIU News, mentioned Dr. Khoddamzadeh's book chapter on "Orchid Biotechnology."
A new study finds evidence of human impact in the water quality of the Chesapeake Bay earlier than previously thought.
Three E&E grad students - Philip Lamela, Maria Sider, Zoe Verlaak - gave research talks at the NAMS meeting in Houston; Zoe's slide of the garage octopus helped spread word of sea level rise in S Florida.
Invasive fish increasingly fill waterways - including remote canals of the states protected wildernesses.
Congratulations to the winners and all the graduate students who participated!
FIU joins Miami Heat, Miccosukee tribe to protect the Everglades.
See minute 18 or so. The future of fishing in Islamorada depends on saving the Florida Keys' most valuable asset. Can anglers, activists and politicians come together to fix it?
Temperature Dips and South Florida Vegetation.
Graduate student Mary Tiedeman on Milwaukee Public Radio last Friday
Mary Tiedeman on the Blog in Soil Science Society of America discussion about salt effect on soils.