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Let this researcher explain how studying fossils and isotopes can help us understand ancient climate conditions!
Mangrove restoration efforts are rooted in hard work by many volunteers. Learn more now!
Want to reinforce your students' understanding of seafloor spreading? This idea is a piece of cake!
Water quality is extremely important to the aquatic ecosystem, and human activities all over the country can impact the water around the Florida Keys. Dive in and learn more!
Coleman Mackie discusses the process of how he salvages pre-cut timbers from the bottom of river beds, the importance of ring density, buoyancy and the uses of the recovered logs.
How long does it take to form speleothems in the caves at Florida Caverns State Parks?
Dean Grubbs explains the ways in which humans can impact the ocean.
Dean Grubbs explains how different types of trash, like plastics, ends up in the ocean and how they become a detriment to marine life.
Dean Grubbs of Florida State Universisty, discusses the impact bycatch has on ocean life.
Angela Dial discusses how she solves systems of equations to determine how the composition of ocean floor sediment has changed over 65 million years to help reveal more information regarding climate change.
Geologist Harley Means discusses the characteristics of karst geology.
Ecologist, Rebecca Means, describes the process of determining remote locations in the USA and developing quantitative questions that are appropriate.
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