Our Dr. Marc Skinner and Heather Ward are speaking at the Coastal Zone Canada Conference in St. John's Newfoundland, taking place July 15-19th. These presentations will discuss an investigation of arctic eelgrass in James Bay using multi-date and multi-sensor data; and data collection methods for submerged aquatic vegetation. See you in St. John's!
Published in Florida Water Resources Journal: Keys to Planning, Designing, and Permitting Resilient Coastal Restoration Projects
Matt Starr and Jeff Tabar discuss how using a well-defined plan of action and proactive approach to resilie...
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