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    Extreme Drought Hits South Florida

    Little attention paid given California woes…

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    Oct 20-Nov 21, 2015 | Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future | Miami, FL

    Exhibit helps visualize challenges

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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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    Congratulations to the 2015-16 FCI Faculty Fellows–Awards October 19

    Join us to celebrate their accomplishments Monday, October 19 at the Keene Center

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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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Dr. Naomi Oreskes speaking at University Auditorium November 2

November 2

  Nov 2, 2015 | Lecture with Dr. Naomi Oreskes | Gainesville, FL & Online On November 2 at 3:00pm

Climate Change, the Arctic, and National Security–November 20 at the University Auditorium

November 20

Nov 20, 2015 | Lecture with Dr. David Titley & Julia Gourley: Climate Change, the Arctic, and National Security |

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