A recent Florida Atlantic University study has found that a whopping 90 percent of Floridians believe that climate change is happening. In comparison, a recent Yale University survey showed that only 72 percent of all Americans have reached the same conclusion.
When hurricanes careen through Florida, they not only damage homes and businesses, they also take down forests and timber farms. Assessing the extent of hurricane damage is essential for environmental management, salvaging logging operations, tree farms’ insurance estimates and climate change studies.
Nearly 300 feet under the ocean, Richard Coleman’s rebreather, which allows for extended and deeper dives, suddenly failed, cutting off the vital supply of mixed gases needed to survive extreme depths.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, A-10 Warthog Demo Team, Navy F-18 Super Hornet and the Ghost Squadron will fly over Fort Lauderdale Beach during the Air Dot Show May 11-12.
A new study provides groundbreaking insights on the migration and foraging patterns of leatherback sea turtles along the Northwest Atlantic shelf.
The art of boatbuilding gets a needed plug during the Annual Plywood Regatta when middle, high school and marine technical school students gather April 20-21 at Dania Beach Marina, 151 N. Beach Road, Dania Beach. For more information call 954.524.2733 or visit https://plywoodregatta.com.

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