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PhD Student Amy Langston Wins
Top Honor in AWRA Poster Contest

ESSIE PhD student Amy Langston won first prize at the 24th Annual Southwest Florida Water Resources Conference, organized by the Florida Section of the American Water Resources Association. Langston, a second-year PhD student in Dr. Kaplan�s Watershed Ecology Lab (www.watershedecology.org) is studying long-term changes in Florida�s coastal ecosystems.details


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details March 11, 2015: From amphipods to alligators: Food web structure in Florida spring-fed rivers
details March 18, 2015: Economic valuation of wetlands for water quality improvement: An example from Florida (USA)
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details April 01, 2015: The wind and the salt: Reassembly of vegetation following hurricanes
details April 08, 2015: The feasibility of multi-functional stormwater basins
details April 15, 2015: Public perceptions of water issues and awareness of water policy in Florida






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