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South Miami collaborates with FIU in canal study, to appeal judge ruling


Dr. Tiffany Troxler's class and their efforts to minimize herbicide application in local canals in South Miami have been featured on the Miami Herald.

Climate cloud casts shadow on Miami Beach


Dr. Henry Briceño has been featured in the Kwait Times for his research into the effects of sea level rise on Miami Beach. Dr. Briceño is a researcher at SERC at Florida International University.

"Everglades Under Attack" documentary on Fusion Network


The Florida Everglades is one of the most unique natural resources in the world, with an abundance of wildlife found nowhere else. SEAS researchers and their efforts in the Everglades were featured in a short documentary on the Fusion Network.


NSF Funding

11/18/2014 09:00 AM

Sally O'Connor from the Biology Directorate of the National Science Foundation recently visited SERC and CAS at FIU to discuss upcoming funding opportunities. Slides of her presentation can be found by clicking on the above link .

FIO Center of Excellence Research Grants Program

02/09/2015 12:00 AM

Requesting Proposals for funding to support Coastal Fisheries and Wildlife research and monitoring.

SFC CESU Current Requests for Proposals

03/23/2015 05:00 PM

Current Requests for Proposals for Marine Turtle Conservation Fund, Wildlife without borders-Central America, The Coastal Program, NOAA-NMFS-HCPO,and other opportunities.

Upcoming Events

The truth about Atlantis and other adventures in geoscience

04/27/2015 04:00 PM

We are happy to have Eugene Shinn, formally of USGS and Shell Oil, visit FIU for a special seminar on Monday, April 27th at 4pm in WC130. His talk entitled "The truth about Atlantis and other adventures in geoscience" will include interesting stories taken from his autobiography Bootstrap Geologist: My Life in Science.

International Workshop on Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture

05/11/2015 08:30 AM

Workshop participants will explore the integration of tropical and subtropical fruits and edible plants into farming which sustains local food systems, as well as how to promote domestic and international trade

To Live and Work Beneath the Sea: Aquarius

05/15/2015 06:00 PM

Tom Potts