AUTHORS - Nik Varley (ANGARI Foundation)
Dr. Kelly Kibler discusses how she applies ecohydraulics research to the design of natural coastal infrastructure, such as mangrove forests and oyster reefs.
Nate Formel shares how he has used the open source movement to expand and improve on tools for marine research, including that on ocean acidification in the Florida Keys.
Erin Spencer shares how she uses "shark FitBits" to study the movement and behavior of great hammerheads.
Meet Skye, a giant manta ray living off the east coast of Florida and subject of an amazing collaborative 3D animated model!
Peter Chaibongsai discusses billfish and the research, including tag and release efforts, being done to conserve them in support of ocean health and economies.
Jessica Pate shares her field research studying manta rays off of Palm Beach and Martin Counties in Florida.
Dr. Ingle takes you through the wonderfully weird evolution of manatee skeletons and gives you a closer look into how their bones provide clues about their aquatic lives.
Dr. Lisa Krimsky addresses some of the most frequently asked questions about red tides including causes and impacts of red tides and the current bloom status in Florida.
Casey Sapp shares his experience developing cutting-edge underwater cameras, including 360, VR and 3D systems, in support of ocean science, awareness and conservation.