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Wetlands

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  • Virginia Institute of Marine Science researches restoring forested wetlands in New Kent

    Virginia Institute of Marine Science researches restoring forested wetlands in New Kent
    A trio of citizen scientists armed with measuring tools moved from one tree to the next to the next — from black willow to sycamore to white oak. First, they made sure the specimen was still living. Then they noted its species, spread measuring...
  • Gators look to get back on track when Missouri visits the Swamp

    Gators look to get back on track when Missouri visits the Swamp
    Missouri at Florida Where: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium TV: 7 p.m., ESPN2 Weather: 79 degrees, clear Online: OrlandoSentinel.com/swampthings, @osgators or #gators Quick slant: The Gators and Tigers are 1-1 head-to-head since Missouri joined the...
  • Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

    LEHIGH COUNTY CITY OF ALLENTOWN will hold a public meeting at 5 p.m. Oct. 21 in the public hearing room of the Lehigh County Government Center, Seventh and Hamilton streets. Discuss and explore options for land use and transportation alternatives. Info:...
  • A look at the Gators-Missouri game from the other sideline

    A look at the Gators-Missouri game from the other sideline
    Missouri beat writer Tod Palmer of the Kansas City Star answers some questions about the Tigers prior to Saturday night's visit to the Swamp. 1. Maty Mauk said at SEC Media Day he hoped to be the next Johnny Manziel. What has been the reason he has...
  • Candidate Bixby aims to balance preservation and growth

    Candidate Bixby aims to balance preservation and growth
    It all started with a flier that landed on the doorstep of his Huntington Beach home in 2001. City Planning Commissioner Mark Bixby, 55, remembers showing the announcement — a notification of community activism to preserve the Bolsa Chica wetlands...
  • SEC announces Gators 2015 football schedule

    SEC announces Gators 2015 football schedule
    The SEC announced the Florida Gators' 2015 football schedule on Thursday night. While there were no surprises, the Gators will add Ole Miss to their eight-game conference schedule. The Rebels will vist the Swamp on Oct. 3 and replace Alabama as UF's...
  • Protect Maryland's streams and wetlands [Letter]

    Protect Maryland's streams and wetlands [Letter]
    As field organizers with Clean Water Action, we inform residents about environmental issues and ask them to contact elected officials to take action. We are currently working on the most important water campaign since the passage of the Clean Water Act in...
  • Water diversion from Polk County an urban myth

    Water diversion from Polk County an urban myth
    Alligators from Florida are alive and well and patrolling the warren of sewers beneath New York City. The hitchhiker in the back seat disappears during the ride, and the driver later learns that the hitchhiker is already dead — she died years...
  • UF loss to LSU caps long, sad week for Gator Nation

    UF loss to LSU caps long, sad week for Gator Nation
    GAINESVILLE — At the University of Florida, it was almost "The Week a Team Started Growing Up." Instead, it may go down as "The Week the World Came Tumbling Down." The Florida Gators, coming off one of the most tumultuous, tempestuous, topsy-...
  • Muschamp: Gators missed 'countless' opportunities during loss to LSU

    Muschamp: Gators missed 'countless' opportunities during loss to LSU
    GAINESVILLE — As the scoreboard read 0:00 late Saturday night in the Swamp, the clock may have began ticking louder than ever on Will Muschamp’s time remaining at the University of Florida. The Gators’ 30-27 loss to an eminently...
  • NASA Langley to use drone as fire-spotter over Great Dismal Swamp

    NASA Langley to use drone as fire-spotter over Great Dismal Swamp
    In August 2011, lightning struck the Great Dismal Swamp and ignited a mammoth blaze that burned for 108 days, scorched 6,500 acres and blew choking smoke into surrounding states. It was the biggest wildfire on record in Virginia history. And it...