Wakulla Springs

We are happy to announce that FSU and the Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute have formed a partnership to offer a Florida Springs Field Course at Wakulla Springs this summer. This class will be offered by CPD and FSU, and students from other universities can enroll for 3 credit hours of graduate or undergraduate credit. The class will be taught by Dr. Robert Knight, who has many years of experience in the environmental field.

Savanna Booth with Sekulu the lion

Savanna Booth graduated in December with a degree in Environmental Science. She is currently working at an internship in Tanzania and has been accepted for fall into an Environmental Management Graduate program with the University of San Francisco where she will start her Masters program.  She is pictured here working with Sekulu the lion.

F/S METEOR in port

Dr. Ian MacDonald is blogging about his adventures onboard the F/S METEOR as part of a German-Mexican-US expedition to collect samples and study the geology, ecology, and microbiology of the remarkable habitats surrounding asphalt volcanoes in the deepest waters of the southern Gulf of Mexico.

sea turtle

When you only have so many dollars, how do you spend them?  It’s a simple question, and the focus of new research by EOAS Professor Mariana Fuentes. She has developed a framework to help government agencies and conservation groups determine how to prioritize decisions as they work to protect endangered marine animals.

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Current Weather

Tallahassee, FL
10:53am EDT Sat 18 Apr 2015

Skies: Scattered clouds at 800 ft, Broken clouds at 1800 ft, Broken clouds at 25000 ft
Humidity: 79%
Winds from the West-Northwest at 6 kts

Sunrise: 7:07am EDT Sunset: 8:07pm EDT
Moon Phase: New Moon
Age: 29.3 days

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