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2016 Graduate Research Symposium Winners
Oral presentation Ph.D., 1st place: Jesse Blanchard; 2nd place: Joshua Allen M.S., 1st place: Gregory Hill; 2nd place: David Berthold. Poster presentation Ph.D., 1st place: Abiy Antench and Maria Sider; 2nd place: Zoe Verlaak M.S., 1st place: Maria Marquez; 2d place: Emily Krolott and Thais Thiesen. Congratulations to the winners and all the graduate students who participated!
FIU professor searches for diamond tree in West Africa.
Geology students and faculty participate in the E&E's biennial field excursion to Death Valley, Calif.
Dr. Jeff Onsted was interviewed in the Atlantic magazine about SLR.
FIU Trains Professionals to Manage Natural Resources.
Congratulations to Dr. Amir Khoddamzadeh, Dr. Kateel Shetty,Dr. Mahadev Bhat,Dr. Krish Jayachandran, Stephany Alvarez-Ventura and Nina De La Rosa.
Rodolfo Rego's course, Earth Sciences, has won a Distinguished Course Award.
The Faculty Senate Committee for Online Learning is awarding him at the FIU Online Conference on Friday, April 15th .
A legacy not yet written: FIU researchers believe sea level rise is a problem that can be solved
South Florida’s climate change solutions
Earth and Environment made FIU News!
Miami cold spell has chilling effect on tropical bees.
EVR 6406 U.S. Endangered Species Management Meets Wednesdays: 17:00-19:40. Professor: Dr. Joel Heinen.
EVR 4934/5935 Special Topics: Native Traditions & Environment Meets MWF 11:00-11:50am. Professor: Dr. Jim Riach.
EVR 4934/5935 Special Topics: Food Forests Meets MWF 10:00-10:50am. Professor: Dr. Cara Rockwell.
Dr. Jay visits FIU-DC Office and the Capitol Hill.
The coastal mangrove reaches of the Everglades are subject to major disturbances, including extreme cold events. Such a 100‐year extreme cold spell affected the area in January 2010.
Geologist challenges age of land bridge connecting Americas.
Dr. Beach Gives Talk at Cape Cod National Seashore.
My internship bringing sustainable solutions to Nicaragua.
Everglades mangroves might hold billion-dollar fix for climate change.
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