By Sharon Ryan A study examining the effects of mussels on salt marshes showed that animals may have a much greater role than previously expected in helping these vital coastal ecosystems adapt to climate change. “As sea levels rise,… Read More
Researchers Awarded $2.5 Million to Expand Harmful Algal Bloom Research Along Florida Coasts
A team of 11 professional researchers and scientists from the University of South Florida (USF), University of Florida (UF), and South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) were awarded a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to… Read More
New WATERSHED series launches with article on CCS red tide research
New WATERSHED series investigating water quality and marking the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act launches with an article focusing on collaborative red tide research by CCS and the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation.
Link between human activity and red tide confirmed by new study
UF study: Human activity provides nutrients for longer, stronger red tides
Humans make red tide worse, nitrogen flows ‘systematically intensify blooms’ study says
News video on CCS and SCCF partnership to address coastal water quality hazards
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
CBS news video on CCS and Ocean Conservancy ‘Rapid Response’ effort to study Piney Point impacts
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
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”
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.