AskIFAS Powered by EDIS

about page banner


Narrower Topics


UF/IFAS is a collaborating member of the Southern Fire Exchange. which strives to improve access to and usefulness of southern fire science information. SFE Publication and Fact Sheets cover the following topics: Fire Ecology and Effects, Fire Science Information, Programs and Resources, Prescribed Fire, Public Education, Smoke Management, Air Quality and Weather, and Wildfire.


An overflow or inundation that comes from a river or other body of water and causes or threatens to cause property damage. [NALT] [AGROVOC]

Oil Spills

An oil spill is the release of a liquid petroleum hydrocarbon into the coastal or marine environment due to human activity. [AGROVOC]


No Publications Found

Related IFAS Blog Posts

Save the Dates: Storm Prep “Tax-Free Holiday”

Maria Portelos-RometoMay 18th, 2024As we approach hurricane season, which runs June 1 through Nov. 30, now is the time to create your disaster plan and assemble your supply kit.  As you do, keep in mind that Florida legislators have created two 14-day sales tax holidays for the purchase of disaster supplies. The first runs June 1-14 and the […]

Get Storm-Ready, during May 5-11 National Hurricane Preparedness Week

Maria Portelos-RometoMay 8th, 2024National Hurricane Preparedness Week runs May 5-11. So, let’s take this time to begin preparing for our annual hurricane season, which runs June 1 through Nov. 30. For many of us, preparing for a weather event can be time consuming and overwhelming. We can help. A great way to get ready is to break down […]


Chantille WeberMarch 27th, 2024Organized and sponsored by Florida Sea Grant, the “Stem to Stern” workshop in November 2023 at the Emerald Coast Convention Center marked a significant gathering in marine conservation and management. This event drew together legal experts, representatives from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), local marine resource coordinators, law enforcement, and industry stakeholders […]

Available Languages:



Broader Topics