Published: Sep 27th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Sending commonly prescribed medications down the drain may be taking a bite out of the environment — at least when it comes to shark habitat, University of Florida veterinary scientists say.
Published: Sep 10th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — One of the country’s biggest and longest-running artificial reef research projects is about to widen its scope, and the payoff could be healthier grouper in the Gulf of Mexico, a University of Florida researcher says.
Published: Aug 29th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Growing plants for fuel might be an engine-revving idea for some South Florida farmers who feel their crops have stalled, a University of Florida researcher says.
Published: Aug 22nd, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — It’s a success story so far – but the end has yet to be written.
Published: Aug 9th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The Homerus swallowtail is the Western Hemisphere’s largest butterfly, but University of Florida researchers say its numbers are so small that conservation and captive breeding efforts are needed to save the insect, found only in two parts of Jamaica.
Published: Jul 5th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — And you thought kudzu was bad.
Published: Jul 3rd, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Caring but careless boaters are the greatest threat to Florida’s manatees, according to a new University of Florida study that caught more than half of boat drivers speeding through conservation zones despite their professed support for the endangered animals.
Published: Jun 28th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, FLA — The free ride is almost over for the “evil weevil” destroying Florida’s native bromeliads.
Published: Jun 19th, 2007
Video| Audio GAINESVILLE, Fla. — All eyes are on where hurricanes make landfall, but the massive storms actually cause the most deaths inland, where severe flooding often surprises residents. Now, […]
Published: Jun 12th, 2007
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — North Florida residents accustomed to tiny tree frogs may feel jumpy – a giant Cuban species has colonized half the state and is moving north, a University of Florida expert says.