Smyth, Ashley R.
assistant professor, biogeochemistry, Department of Soil, Water, and Ecosystem Sciences, UF/IFAS Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead, FL
- Climate Change and Florida: Frequently Asked Questions
- Ecosystem Services Provided by Living Shorelines
- How Are Our Future Agriculture and Natural Resources Projected under Varying Climate?
- How Do Oysters Remove Nitrogen?
- How Ecosystem Services are Measured and Why it Matters for Florida
- How Is Our Future Climate Projected?
- Hurricane Impacts on Florida's Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Living Shoreline Monitoring—How do I evaluate the environmental benefits of my living shoreline?
- Online Sources for Sea Level Rise Education and Extension
- Oyster Habitat Restoration and Shoreline Protection
- Repensando el papel del nitrógeno y fósforo en la eutrofización de los ecosistemas acuáticos
- Rethinking the Role of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in the Eutrophication of Aquatic Ecosystems
- Saltwater Intrusion and Flooding: Risks to South Florida’s Agriculture and Potential Management Practices
- Soil Arsenic in Miami-Dade County
- Sources and Transformations of Nitrogen in Urban Landscapes
- Vegetative Filter Strips—A Best Management Practice for Controlling Nonpoint Source Pollution
- What are urban mangroves?
- What Else Can Surface Water Buffer Systems Do?—Exploring Multiple Ecosystem Services
- What is oyster shell recycling?
- Climate Change: Effects on Salinity in Florida's Estuaries and Responses of Oysters, Seagrass, and Other Animal and Plant Life