News at FSUCML
Dr. Jeroen Ingels joins team of internationally renowned researchers to study the impact of collecting minerals from the deep sea.
Dr. Grubbs' new book, "Shark Biology and Conservation," co-authored by Dr. Dan Abel from Coastal Carolina University, is officially released! With contributions by Dr. Tristan Guttridge and beautiful illustrations by Elise Pullen and Marc Dando, this book is perfect for shark students, educators, and enthusiasts alike.
Dr. Joshua Breithaupt joins the FSUCML faculty and the Apalachicola Bay System Initiative research team in studying the Bay and is poised to develop both restoration and management plans to support its recovery.
Ph.D. Candidate, Cheston Peterson, publishes two papers on sharks and bony fish of the Florida Big Bend in the journal, Environmental Biology of Fishes.
An international team led by FSUCML's Dr. Jeroen Ingels found that more than double the number of organisms than previously observed live on the shells of these oceanic reptiles, raising important questions about loggerhead sea turtle ecology and conservation. This ground-breaking study has been picked up by media outlets world-wide! Click the link below for a list of publications.
Dr. Dean Grubbs, a faculty member at the Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory, has been awarded one of FSU’s prestigious Graduate Faculty Mentor Awards. Nominated by graduate students, faculty members are selected for this award based on their dedication to graduate students and commitment to excellence in graduate education and mentoring, thus ultimately helping to contribute to the quality of life and professional development of graduate students at FSU.
Eli Myron, an Honors student in Biological Science, was awarded the Fulbright Fellowship to help fun his research in "Enhancing Philippine Reef Restoration Strategies Through 3D Reconstruction." Read on for more about this prestigious award!
The bridge hatchery started on November 25, 2019, Rippee Construction, Inc., is nearing completion. New hatchery manager, Joe Rocco, is busy getting the equipment together that will make it a reality. We look forward to having it online to support major research efforts of the Apalachicola Bay System Initiative. Stay up-to-date with our picture timeline by clicking the link below.