Identifying the effects of chronic saltwater intrusion in coastal floodplain swamps using remote sensing
Coastal Policy Analyst Fellowship
UF Center for Coastal Solutions and Florida Sea Grant announce a new 12-month coastal policy analyst opportunity to advance the development and implementation of science-based coastal policy in Florida.
Dr. Nancy Denslow presents “Ecotoxicology in the 21st Century”, Feb 23, 3:30pm EST
UF Water Institute Distinguished Faculty Fellow Seminar
Yale Climate Connections radio story with Christine Angelini
Yale Climate Connections radio story airing featuring Christine Angelini: “A burrowing crab is speeding destruction of coastal salt marshes”
Christine Angelini will speak at the next FDEP Florida Resilient Coastlines Quarterly Webinar, Feb 3, 9am EST
The FDEP Florida Resilient Coastlines Quarterly Webinar will be livestreamed at 9am EST. Please click the headline above to reach the registration link.
UF cluster hire – 4 faculty positions: Artificial Intelligence in Coastal Systems
1) Signal, Image and Video Processing, 2) Graph Technology, 3) Reinforcement Learning, 4) Underwater Robotics
Paul Gader, SECOORA webinar: The Trouble with Deep Learning (Jan 26, 1PM EST)
Dr. Paul Gader will discuss some of the inherent and difficult flaws in current Artificial Intelligence practices and use examples from environmental sensing to identify methods for mitigating those flaws.
Ashley Smyth featured in this fantastic short educational video about oysters and water quality
Dr. Smyth featured in Mission Unstoppable with Miranda Cosgrove on CBS, which celebrates women who have become superstars in STEM-related careers.
New paper by Altieri: Resilience of Tropical Ecosystems to Ocean Deoxygenation
Altieri and co-authors suggest that a community and ecosystems perspective that integrates knowledge of organismal physiology with species interactions can reveal new insights into ecological feedbacks and the potential mechanisms that underlie the resilience of tropical ecosystems to deoxygenation.
Article on saltwater intrusion co-authored by David Kaplan is one of “Top-10 Most Cited Articles” in Ecosystem Health and Sustainability from 2015-2020
“Restore or retreat? saltwater intrusion and water management in coastal wetlands” co-written by Elliott White and David Kaplan was selected as one of the “Top-10 Most Cited Articles” published in Ecosystem Health and Sustainability from 2015-2020.