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Expert Panel on the State of Biscayne Bay

This is a past event.

Saturday, August 22, 2020 at 4:30pm

Virtual Event

FIU researchers in the Institute of Environment will discuss their findings from surveys of Biscayne Bay in response to the most recent fish kills. Researchers have been monitoring water conditions between the 79th Street and Julia Tuttle causeways, where dead fish were seen bobbing along the surface.  This discussion will include buoy readings and the reasons the fish kills are occurring.

PANELISTS

Mike Heithaus, PhD (Moderator) - Dean, College of Arts, Sciences & Education
Piero Gardinali, PhD - Associate Director, FIU Institute of Environment; Director, Freshwater Resources Division, FIU Institute of Environment
James Fourqurean, PhD - Director, Coastlines and Oceans Division, FIU Institute of Environment
Tiffany Troxler, PhD - Director of Science for Sea Level Solutions, FIU Institute of Environment
Ikechukwu Onwuka - Graduate Student, CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment, FIU Institute of Environment

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