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Faculty Interdisciplinary Seed Grants, 2020

Faculty Interdisciplinary Seed Grants, 2020

Published: Feb 6th, 2020

Faculty Interdisciplinary Seed Grants, 2020 The UF Biodiversity Institute encourages interdisciplinary research and training with three main foci: (1) discovery of biodiversity, (2) using big data – informatics, modeling, computation […]

Florida Ecotourism, Not Far from Home

Florida Ecotourism, Not Far from Home

Published: Dec 4th, 2019

    In Florida, you don’t have to travel far to participate in outdoor experiences that help protect our unique natural heritage. With all the talk of red tide, climate […]

Lepidoptera in Florida

Lepidoptera in Florida

Published: Oct 23rd, 2019

Insects are the most specious group of organisms and provide a variety of ecological services. At any given time an estimated 10 quintillion (10,000,000,000,000,000,000) individual insects may be alive. Right […]

Tracking Andean Birds

Tracking Andean Birds

Published: Jun 17th, 2019

By Ian Ausprey As part of the National Geographic grant funding our field season in Peru this summer, I am blogging on NG’s Open Explorer platform. Our research is on […]

Faculty Interdisciplinary Seed Grants, 2019

Faculty Interdisciplinary Seed Grants, 2019

Published: Jan 14th, 2019

Faculty Interdisciplinary Seed Grants, 2019 The UF Biodiversity Institute encourages interdisciplinary research and training with three main foci: (1) discovery of biodiversity, (2) using big data – informatics, modeling, computation […]

Former UFBI Fellow Joan Meiners Winner in AIBS Faces of Biology Photo Contest

Published: Dec 17th, 2018

Joan Meiners, a 2016-17 UF Biodiversity Fellow, took second place in the 2018 Faces of Biology Photo Contest, sponsored by the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS). Her photograph shows […]

Climate change in Quebec equals a much greater diversity of species?

Climate change in Quebec equals a much greater diversity of species?

Published: May 31st, 2018

By Xavier Haro Carrion I study tropical ecosystems and when discussing climate change and its implications for tropical ecosystems I am used to talk about the potential savanization of Amazonia, the loss […]

Bat Sounds, Bat Songs

Bat Sounds, Bat Songs

Published: May 15th, 2018

By Farah Carrasco-Rueda There are around 1300 species of bats in the world. In the Neotropics, approximately half of the bat species cannot be captured using mist-nets because the bats […]

UF Biolink Year-End Celebration & Student Awards Reception

Published: Apr 19th, 2018

Smathers Library (East) Room 100 April 26th, 2018, 4-5pm

International Women’s Day: Celebrate Women Rising in Conservation

Published: Mar 9th, 2018

Women Rising in Conservation In the western reaches of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, women are at the center of the household and the heart of local livelihoods. They […]