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Study Details Toxic Elements Found in Stranded Whales and Dolphins

Researchers from FAU Harbor Branch and collaborators analyzed tissue and fecal samples from 90 stranded whales and dolphins in Florida and Georgia over 15 years from 2007 to 2021. more

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Follow Your Heart: Participants Needed for Harmful Algal Blooms Study

FAU researchers are asking Stuart and nearby community residents to "follow their hearts" on Valentine's Day and participate in a study to help evaluate the possible impacts of harmful algal blooms exposure. more

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Toxic Algae Blooms: Study Assesses Possible Health Hazards to Humans

FAU Harbor Branch researchers collected and tested water samples from 20 sites within Florida's Indian River Lagoon and found unique patterns of cytotoxicity associated with toxins in the lagoon. more

View of the inside of the auditorium in the Johnson Education Center at Harbor Branch. People are sitting in theater-style seating facing a stage. On the stage is a man standing behind a podium with the FAU logo. To his left is a skirted table with three men and a woman sitting at it. Behind them is a large projector screen showing a slideshow image that reads that contains words and images that are blurred by over exposure.

FAU Harbor Branch Announces 2024 Ocean Science Lecture Series

FAU Harbor Branch announced the lineup for the 2024 "John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series," which begins Wednesday, Jan. 10. more

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FAU Seeks Participants for Study on Effects of Harmful Algal Blooms

FAU researchers are seeking additional participants in Cape Coral for a study evaluating the potential impacts of exposure to harmful algal blooms. more

 
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