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January

Craig Layman has been named as part of a multi-disciplinary team tasked with developing the first marine protected area in Haiti. Dr. Layman will travel to Haiti this March for preliminary scouting of the proposed protected site.

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February

Lauren Yeager, a Ph.D. candidate from Dr. Craig Layman’s lab, was recently awarded the FIU UGS Provost Award for Outstanding Paper or Manuscript.

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May

FIU's James Fourqurean show SeaGrass ecosystems as globally significant carbon stocks in a paper recently published in Nature.

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August

A team of researchers led by FIU's Dr. Heather Bracken-Grissom identify Monster larva.

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FIU's Dr. Maureen Donnelly is one of a group of scientists that contributed the recently published paper in Nature, Averting Biodiversity Collapse in Tropical Forest Protected Areas.

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September

FIU Marine Science Graduate Students Laura Bhatti and Mark Ladd named to FL Sea Grants first group of FL Sea Grant Student Scholars.

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New Undergraduate AND Graduate Student Opportunities in Population Dynamics!!! from the NMFS RTR Program at the University of Florida • The 10th annual Undergraduate Marine Resources Population Dynamics (MRPD) Workshop, March 3-9, 2013, at its new location at the Keys Marine Lab in Long Key, Florida.

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FIU Marine Science Graduate Student Philip Matich Winner of the Elton Prize 2011. The Elton Prize is awarded to young scientists in the early stages of their career by the British Ecological Society each year for the best paper in the Journal of Animal Ecology.

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October

Giant eyeball found washed up on a Pompano Beach puts biodiversity in focus.

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November

FIU professor, Dr.Kevin Boswell is leading the project "Arctic coastal ecosystems: Evaluating the functional role and connectivity of lagoon and nearshore habitats".

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