Director’s note March/April 2024

New frontiers: AI for climate and nature On April 10-11, I was honored to attend and speak at a spring convening on AI for Climate and Nature hosted in New York by the Bezos Earth Fund and Columbia University where… Read More

Researchers track septic tank pollution in estuary

Scientists at the University of Florida are tracking the level of septic tank pollutants that reach the Guana Tolomato Matanzas (GTM) estuary. These efforts will support resource managers in estimating the amount of coliforms entering the estuary and prioritizing septic… Read More

Stephen Adusei follows his dreams

From the mines of Ghana to the beaches of Florida, Stephen Adusei journeyed a long way to follow his dream of becoming a geotechnical engineer. Driven by a strong interest in soil and rock mechanics and geospatial data analysis, Adusei’s… Read More

Director’s note February 2024

The power of positive stories Stories about nature, especially hopeful ones, are rare in the news. Yet there is power in spreading positive messages and sharing what works. In last month’s edition of Coastal Edges, we shared a story about… Read More