indian river lagoon

New Mertens Marine Center Provides Lagoon Access and Lab Space for Students and Faculty

The 3,000-square-foot, $1.25 million building overlooking Crane Creek will serve up to 140 undergraduate and 50 graduate OEMS students.

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Machine Learning Using Climatic Pattern Data May Help Predict Harmful Algal Blooms Earlier

This improvement could mean more time for policymakers to consider and adopt proper planning and mitigation strategies.

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Health, Restoration of Indian River Lagoon Focus of June 23 Public Event at Florida Tech

Three people involved in lagoon restoration will offer updates and answer questions from 5:30-8 p.m. at Gleason Performing Arts Center.

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Florida Tech Receives State Funding for Equipment, Lagoon Research

The university will receive $2 million for its Biomedical Aerospace Manufacturing equipment project and $921,500 for the third phase of the Restore Lagoon Inflow project.

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Learning Outside the Classroom

Never bound to a classroom, active learning is part of the Florida Tech experience for all students, no matter their field of study.

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Florida Tech Researchers: With Some Help, Nature Can Drive Lagoon Restoration

Initial findings suggest the ailing estuary would benefit from a nudge of human intervention to help rejuvenate stunted natural processes.

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Space Coast Impacts: University Turns Space Coast Waterways Into Classrooms

Florida Tech uses its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Indian River Lagoon to become a distinguished center for oceanographic and marine science research.

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Q&A: Kelli Hunsucker Stands For … Collaboration

The ocean engineering and marine sciences assistant professor knows that finding a solution to what ails the Indian River Lagoon will take effort from the entire community.

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Q&A: Toby Daly-Engel Stands For … Persistence

She frequently overcomes obstacles—both as a researcher and a woman in her male-dominated profession—and she aims to help others do the same.

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Initiative in the Water

New research projects, as well as a new building, continue the focus on improving the overall health of the Indian River Lagoon.

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