Friday, January 28, 2011
In my talk this week to the West Florida chapter of the American Meteorological Society I make a case that geographers are well positioned to lead a new revolution in hurricane climate research. Watch here.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Tiny threatened shorebirds on Florida’s west coast not only survive hurricanes, they seem to benefit from the storms’ aftereffects, according to new research findings that contradict conventional wisdom.
The findings could have implications for beach nourishment efforts throughout the world and how they affect wildlife.---Mickie Anderson, UF media relations. Read more. Photo credit: Western Snowy Plover, Mike Baird, Morro Bay, CA USA.