Anna E. Braswell
Assistant Professor and State Specialist
School of Forest Resources and Conservation
Florida Sea Grant
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Seth PhD student in the School of Natural Resources and Environment interested in how ecosystem and community processes are influenced by natural and anthropogenic factors. Areas of interest include forest, coastal and wetland dynamics; as well as ways in which succession and life cycles are altered by changes in nutrient cycling and other disturbances. His previous research involved nutrient uptake in wetland plants, effects of invasive plants on native fauna, and soil metal enrichment from solar energy production.
Emory is PhD student in the Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences program at UF's School of Forest, Fisheries and Geomatic Sciences. Her research interests include ecosystem service provisioning by coastal habitats, coastal restoration (specifically of salt marshes and oyster reefs), and coastal policy and management. Before starting at UF, Emory worked for the non-profit Oceana, the Georgetown Climate Center, and in laboratories at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, and UNC Chapel Hill's Institute of Marine Sciences. Emory received a B.A. in Government from Georgetown University in 2015 and an M.S. in Biology from East Carolina University in 2021.
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Natalia is an M.S. student in the Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences program at UF's School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences. Natalia received a B.S. from UF in Natural Resource Conservation with a focus on restoration ecology. During her undergraduate ventures she worked for the Fire Ecology lab, Restoration and Plant Ecology lab, and Forest Systems lab where she conducted research, literature reviews, and created EDIS publications. Natalia's research with the Coastal Ecology and Watersheds lab involves investigating and monitoring the seasonality of wetlands in south Florida that have experienced different management practices for decades. Her research interests include coastal ecology, tropical ecology, anthropogenic disturbance, restoration, and how GIS methodologies can best be applied to facilitate research.
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Paul was current Masters student in the Ecological Restoration program in the School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatic Sciences. He studied mangroves along the east coast of Florida and is interested in human interaction with coastal and urban wetlands. In addition to school, Paul works for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection in Jacksonville, FL. He is currently a PhD student is the Soil and Water department, studying under Todd Osborne.