Junior Spotted Eaglerays swim in formation in a Mangrove Lagoon

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Junior Spotted Eaglerays swim in formation in a Mangrove Lagoon. ~ January 18, 2017. The Climate Change VI team has been following four very young Spotted Eaglerays (Aetobatus narinari)* in the Mandahl Bay, St. Thomas, … Continue reading →

NOAA Wants Public Comments on Virgin Islands Fisheries Closures

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$5 Million Grant Available for Long Term Research in Environmental Biology

The National Science Foundation has announced the availability of $5 million in federal grant money for long-term environmental research projects. ~ ClimateChangeVI: Researchers have long been frustrated by the fact that biological processes take time … Continue reading →

$55 Million Grant Availability from National Science Foundation to Study Why Organisms Function as They Do

The U.S. National Science Foundation has announced the availability of $55 million in funding aimed at understanding why organisms are structured the way they are and function as they do. The NSF anticipates providing 220 … Continue reading →

SPRING STARTING EARLIER IN U.S.

DOI Announces Study Showing Spring Starting Earlier in National Parks Climate change impacting over 75 percent of national parks across the country RELEASED FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR {Verbatim} October 6, 2016 SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK, … Continue reading →