One of the most detailed articles I’ve ever read that beautifully sums up the problems of sea level rise that are affecting the Everglades. I am interviewed about the joys of doing research in the Everglades, which includes this gem: “We’re lucky to be in South Florida, where the water never really gets cold.” Then, he pauses. “Well, it can get really miserable,” he acknowledges after a few seconds.
Video: “Planting Trees to Fight Flooding” – The New Yorker
Article: Miami Faces an Underwater Future – The New Yorker
A documentary series about how sea level rise threatens Miami. I talk about the importance the Everglades plays in protecting it.
An article about a trip I co-organized to expose FIU graduate and undergraduate students to policy opportunities in DC and jobs outside of academia
A short video about my research!
“Everglades Under Attack” – Fusion Media
A video documentary about how sea level rise threatens the Everglades. I was interviewed about my research regarding peat collapse.
“This is How South Florida Ends” – Gizmodo
News article about environmental pressures facing South Florida and the Everglades. I was interviewed about my research on the vulnerability of the Everglades to saltwater intrusion.
NPR interviews my advisor, Dr. Tiffany Troxler, about our research on saltwater intrusion and peat collapse in the Everglades
“Florida Everglades Face New Invasive Threat – Rising Sea Levels” – PBS Newshour
Our research group is featured in a video news piece about how we are investigating how the Everglades will respond to sea level rise