State Policy Update by Thomas T. Ankersen, University of Florida College of Law & Florida Sea Grant Restoration aquaculture is poised by play a significant role in support of nature-based resiliency and in mediating water quality hazards. Recognizing this potential,… Read More
CCS has teamed up with Florida Sea Grant under a contract with the West Coast Inland Navigation District (WCIND) to update the District’s five year strategic plan. WCIND is a Florida special taxing district serving as local sponsor for the… Read More
Dr. Miles Medina joined the Center for Coastal Solutions as a postdoctoral research fellow in April 2021. Along with Center Director Christine Angelini and Center-affiliated faculty, he is investigating the spatiotemporal dynamics and drivers of coastal algae blooms and related… Read More
The University of Florida’s Center for Coastal Solutions (CCS) and SAS Institute (SAS) entered a strategic partnership to develop tools, training programs, curriculum and research that will continue to trailblaze around the UF AI initiative and the Herbert Wertheim College… Read More
Hallie Fischman is an Environmental Engineering Sciences PhD student in the Angelini Ecology Lab studying the restoration of coastal ecosystems. She is currently researching how facilitation and mutualistic interactions can improve coastal restoration. Hallie’s been busy in the field… Read More
Summary of bills and budget allocations passed during the 2021 legislative session of relevance to coastal stakeholders.
Check out this news video and article featuring CompCON and the CCS and Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation partnership: Original article by Jessica Halpern at Fox4-WFTX: Local experts to collaborate with University of Florida to protect paradise The University of… Read More
We are excited to announced that we have hired Matthew DePaolis as the Florida Sea Grant/Center for Coastal Solutions Coastal Policy Analyst Fellow for the 2021/2022 academic year.
Piney Point rapid response research is underway thanks to our partnership with Ocean Conservancy, Florida Sea Grant, and the Tampa Bay and Sarasota Bay Estuary Programs Check out this news video and article featuring our Director Dr. Christine Angelini. Excerpt… Read More
Professor Tom Ankersen, CCS Affiliate Faculty and Director of the UF Conservation Clinic, wrote a fantastic article, Water as Freedom: Fluid Freedom, for the latest issue of Florida Humanities FORUM Magazine: Written in Water. Check it out!