In our new video, Dr. David Kimbro breaks down the complicated relationship between oysters and nutrients. All living things need nitrogen, but too much of a good thing can have devastating effects. Oyster can help.
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Notes From the Field: Becoming an Oyster Woman
We went out with two divers working on the Kimbro lab’s new Apalachicola Bay study and put a camera on one of them. The images of the oyster reefs at the bottom of the bay give an indication of the severity of the fishery crisis there.
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New Study Tackles Apalachicola Oyster Fishery Crisis
New research is being conducted on the depleted oyster reefs of Apalachicola Bay. Dr. David Kimbro and his team hope to get a thorough understanding of the problems there and develop a strategy for recovery.
2012 was a year full of ups and downs. We got funding, went on amazing adventures in places wet and dry (mostly wet), and saw a crisis hit one of our favorite coastal places. In the Grass, On the Reef looks back.