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    Evidence From Past Suggests Climate Trends Could Yield 20-foot Sea-level Rise

    Lead author, Dr. Andrea Dutton explains…..

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    Jim Jones to Receive ASA Presidential Award for AgMIP Leadership

    Research program will have long-lasting impact

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    Congratulations to the 2015-16 FCI Faculty Fellows!

    3 year term to begin fall 2015

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    Could Climate Change Cause the Next Cholera Pandemic?

    New research suggests we’re closer than you think

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    More than majestic, fjords are carbon sequestration superstars

    See related article in Nature Geosciences

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Dr. Naomi Oreskes speaking at University Auditorium

November 2

    Details are in the works for Dr. Naomi Oreskes! She will be visiting UF November 2-3. We will arrange

Resilient Redesign II Workshop July 19-22

July 19-22 FAU campus @Davie, FL

On July 19-22, 2015, the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact (“the Compact”) will convene Resilient Redesign II in collaboration

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