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This project will provide baseline data for Mayor Peyton’s River Accord and will help interpret the outcome of river restoration efforts. The following disciplines at two universities are involved:
This project will determine experimentally the best techniques for restoration of some damaged ecosystems on Jacksonville Preservation Project lands and will assess the ecological health of others. The Preservation Projects owns over 83,000 acres, large portions of which need to be restored to their native state. Biology faculty members involved are:
In cooperation with the City of Jacksonville, UNF will establish a wireless real-time monitoring system in the St. Johns River with primary focus on turbidity (also mentioned in the River Accord). This type of data is essential to infer cause and affect relationships of factors that influence the health of the river. College of Computing, Engineering and Construction faculty involved are:
This project is the first step in making UNF natural assets more accessible for environmental education and research on our 1,145 acre campus. For more information on CNAI, click here.
No dates have been established for fall as of yet.
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