Dr. Pam Hallock, College of Marine Science, University of South Florida
Dr. Ken Krysko, Florida Museum of Natural History
Dr. Monica Medina, Department of Biology, Pennsylvania State University
Posted by Evelyn S. Gonzalez × 06/29/2017 at 9:06 am Nestled in the Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary, 10 tree-like structures made of PVC pipes rise up from the ocean floor. They are adorned with plastic cards that hang from fiberglass branches. The cards house growing pieces of endangered coral. An odd sight to see, this group of makeshift trees could help solve one of the greatest environmental problems facing the world’s oceans today — the loss of coral reefs.
Jorge Moreno from Dr. Heather Bracken-Grissom's Crustacean Genomics Lab receives NSF Grant.
Scientists have discovered what they believe to be a new species of hammerhead shark, prompting concerns about the species’ vulnerability and whether conservation practices in place today are widespread enough to protect them.
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