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Thu, 2015/03/19 - 10:09am

EOAS is scheduled to be in a new building in a few years. The site will be where the Florida Geologic Survey building is now. That building is empty and will be torn down in the next few months to make way for a new 6-story state-of-the-art science building that will house all three areas of EOAS in one building.

 

Click on this link to view a pdf of new EOAS building.

Thu, 2015/03/12 - 11:37am

  

For more information, contact Ms. Hazel Taylor at (850) 599-3550

 

Tue, 2015/03/10 - 12:49pm
Opportunity
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Atmospheric Science Meteorology
Organization
Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL)
Program
Savannah River Postdoc
Tue, 2015/03/10 - 12:20pm

 

 

 

FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BIO SCIENTIST III

Fri, 2015/02/27 - 11:06am

The Give Springs a Break 2015 event at Ginnie Springs is open to undergraduate and graduate students with course work in environmental science, biology, and/or engineering.

Wed, 2015/02/11 - 10:11am

The Florida Department of Health is announcing an opportunity for undergraduate (Juniors/Seniors) students. Students should be majoring in any of the natural sciences, have a driver’s license, and be able to work outdoors. This internship will provide the opportunity to learn more about the various disciplines in environmental health.

Thu, 2015/02/05 - 2:50pm

Camp Sewee is searching for a Marine Science Instructor/Counselor, May - August 2015

Mon, 2015/01/26 - 12:46pm

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is recruiting volunteers to help with gopher tortoise conservation. Volunteering with the FWC is a great way for citizens to help with species conservation, and now there are three new opportunities to get involved.

glacier
Tue, 2015/01/20 - 3:48pm

As the Earth warms and glaciers all over the world begin to melt, researchers and public policy experts have focused largely on how all of that extra water will contribute to sea level rise.

But another impact lurking in that inevitable scenario is carbon.

More specifically, what happens to all of the organic carbon found in those glaciers when they melt?

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