On a recent trip to Bay Mouth Bar, we witnessed a little romance in the air (or saltwater) as one of the Forgotten Coast’s most unique looking predators heads somewhere warm for the winter.
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RiverTrek 2012 Part 2 | Apalachicola River Delta
Adventure and crisis on the Apalachicola: watch the conclusion of RiverTrek 2012. As the River and Bay face a major shortage of fresh water, eleven paddlers make their way down the entire river to raise awareness.
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Notes from the Field: Getting the Dirt
Althea Moore is Dr. Randall Hughes’ graduate student. In today’s Notes From the Field, she describes her newest study and how she’s funding it: the increasingly popular and effective method of crowdfunding.
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Split the Difference: Applied vs. Basic Science
Apalachicola Bay is in trouble, and people need answers now. Dr. David Kimbro discusses the difference between science for the sake of gaining understanding, and applied science: where researchers try to solve specific problems.
In this week’s video, Saint Augustine Beach realtor Pat Hamilton talks about the real estate value of protecting wild land. Dr. Randall Hughes writes how living near these natural coastal habitats can be beneficial for both health and enjoyment.