Houston-based Talos Energy Inc. is diving into carbon capture and storage (CCS) opportunities along the Gulf Coast and offshore with UK expert Storegga Geotechnologies Ltd.
Scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science are challenging the status quo on what we know about sharks and hurricanes.
The second week of the 2021 hurricane season is underway and the National Hurricane Center is already monitoring another area for possible tropical development.
While toxic red tide algae continues to strengthen in the open waters of Tampa Bay, there’s another potentially harmful algal bloom that is catching the attention of residents closer to shore.
Co-authored letter stresses urgent need for vital restoration project to sustain Louisiana’s coast
The Calhoun Port Authority is pondering issuing $120 million in bonds to pay for a dock and wharf that are central to its plans to widen the Matagorda Ship Channel.
A more reliable way of estimating the size of megalodon shows the extinct shark may have been bigger than previously thought, measuring up to 65 feet, nearly the length of two school buses. Earlier studies had ball-parked the massive predator at about 50 to 60 feet long.
Living in paradise comes at a cost. Usually, homeowners pay up with high-priced flood insurance, but this time living on the coastal waters of New Smyrna Beach could cost homeowners tens of thousands of dollars to prevent even more flooding damage.
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In the days after Hurricane Harvey tore the roof off their Rockport, Texas home in the summer of 2017, they immediately started picking up the pieces and began the rebuild.
Lawsuit Launched Against Florida Department of Environmental Protection, HRK Holdings, Manatee County Port Authority Over Piney Point Disaster
The City of Miami has published a draft of its Stormwater Master Plan; a $3.8 billion plan to be enacted over the next 40 years, seeking to mitigate the impact of rising sea levels on the city.
Floridians think 'natural infrastructure' is important.
On Sept. 11, 2017, On Sept. 11, 2017, Hurricane Irma caused historic flooding in Jacksonville, leaving thousands of damaged and in some cases uninhabitable homes.
Study First to Quantify Optimal Mangrove Root Hydrodynamic with Predictive Model
Conservation advocates in Florida are warning that 1,000 manatees in the state’s water could die this year—hundreds more than in recent years—due to starvation driven by water pollution, the climate crisis, and other man-made harms to the mammals’ ecosystem.
Undeterred by the fire that burnt through the interior of the wrecked ro/ro Golden Ray last month, salvors are making progress on a fifth cut through the defunct vessel's hull. However, fuel oil spillage from the wreck remains a concern, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Marine Mammal Commission says Mid-Barataria plan should be revised or dropped
The April Tourist Development Tax numbers have come in, and as expected, it exceeded April 2019 numbers 17 percent making it the strongest April in TDT history.
Red tide has been around for months, and now a massive blue-green algae bloom blankets 500 square miles of Lake Okeechobee and is making its way down the Caloosahatchee River. Calusa Waterkeeper John Cassani says we are facing “an impending disaster.”
A sea wall is at its greatest strength on the day it’s installed, says Rachel Gwin.
Expansion project has six new pumps that will pump flood water out of canals and ditches into the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
The federal agency that controls Lake Okeechobee levels is holding steady releases to the Caloosahatchee River as an algae bloom that's festered on the lake for months appears to be receding.
For Benji Backer, being conservative means believing in limited government, market-based solutions -- and the scientists who say carbon emissions must be cut to avoid the worst of climate change.