Dr. Jeroen Ingels is editor and featured author in the new issue of Frontiers “Extreme Benthic Communities in the Age of Global Change.”
News at FSUCML
Dr. Grubbs co-authored a new paper using acoustic telemetry to describe movements of bonefish from spawning areas to adult home ranges in Andros, Bahamas. The work highlights the role marine protected areas, such as a marine national park, can play in conserving economically important species.
After more than a decade of fearless leadership and innovative thinking, Dr. Felicia Coleman has officially retired from the Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory (FSUCML).
This week, graduate student, Aaron Ridall, lead his first sampling trip for the environmental sampling section of his Ph.D. dissertation work. His research focuses on assessing the seasonal variability in microplastics in coastal sediments and determining what effects proximity to a wastewater treatment plant has on the microplastic concentrations.
NOAA Fisheries has officially announced the final rule implementing Amendment 9 to the Fishery Management Plan for Coral and Coral Reef Resources in the Gulf of Mexico – effective November 16, 2020.
After three years of research, analysis and collaboration, Dr. Ingels and a team of international scientists have released their latest study, “Antarctic ecosystem responses following ice-shelf collapse and iceberg calving: Science review and future research." Picture Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight
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.