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Department of Earth and Environment

Department of Earth and Environment

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The Department of Earth and Environment is focused on understanding the natural world and its interactions with human systems to build the skills and understanding needed for sustainable societies.

Part of the School of Environment, Arts and Society in the College of Arts, Sciences & Education.

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Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Defense

The ecological role of mangrove forests in sequestering plastic pollution and its implications for management By Melinda Paduani

10/20 9am
Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Defense

Abstract Spatial and temporal patterns of Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove) distribution in the southern Everglades, USA Himadri Biswas

10/22 10am
Earth & Environment Graduate Seminar Series

Biological Conservation Speaker: Dr. Ram Prasad Chaudhary - Professor Emeritus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal About: This Friday, we will be joined by Dr....

10/22 3pm
Doctoral Dissertation Defense

Integrating compound flood conditions through 2D hydraulic modeling for simulating flood risk processes in coastal cities By Francisco Peña Guerra

10/28 8:30am
Master’s Thesis Defense

Abstract: In-vitro Micropropagation and Acclimatization of Native Orchids By: Andrew Mullin About: Florida is...

11/12 10am

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