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UF experts warn of potential peril caused by ocean acidification

Brad BuckJuly 11th, 2024The world’s oceans absorb about 30% of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which does not bode well for Florida’s 825 miles of coastline. Carbon dioxide can contribute to ocean acidification — a reduction in the pH of the ocean — which puts some forms of marine life such as oysters, clams, sea urchins and corals […]

World Food Day: Shellfish

jackietruongOctober 13th, 2022October 16, 2022 is World Food Day! Molluscan shellfish aquaculture is Florida’s largest food-use aquaculture industry. Shellfish provide benefits for water quality and marine environmental habitats, plus they taste great! IFAS is celebrating Food Week from October 17 to October 21st. To celebrate, we have provided a couple of resources to learn more about Florida’s […]

Clams as Restoration Tools: GSI Workshop Prioritizes Research Needs for Florida

Kristie PopaFebruary 23rd, 2021The Gulf Shellfish Institute (GSI) works with industry, research and regulatory partners throughout Florida and the Gulf region to improve and increase the production of bivalve shellfish for both ecological and economic benefit. Key to their mission is the identification of research needs that will support the growth of the shellfish aquaculture industry. They aim […]

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