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Image: Rhizophora
June 20, 2009

Rhizophora

A large red mangrove near the Shark River in Everglades National Park.

Image: Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl
March 31, 2009

Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl

Ledges Sink - streamflow losses of approximately 2 cubic feet per second.

video thumbnail: Sub Survey
January 27, 2009

Sub Survey

Inside the acrylic sphere of the JSL submersible, Professor Mike Risk of McMaster University observes the coral habitat of Viosca Knoll. Quantifying the fauna of a bamboo coral, black coral, and anemone forest on the continental slope along a video transect, the JSL submersible encounters a school of Barrelfish, a Red Dory, and a Slimehead.

Image: Dead Fish
January 1, 2008

Dead Fish

A dead fish along the dry upper Peace river.

Image: Turtle Covered in Sediment
January 1, 2008

Turtle Covered in Sediment

Sediment covered turtle at Dover Sink.

Image: Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl
January 1, 2008

Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl

Observing the small amount of flow going into Dover Sink.

Image: Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl
January 1, 2008

Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl

Monitoring levels at Dover Sink.

Image: Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl
January 1, 2008

Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl

Inflow hole, left of staff gage, along the bottom wall of Dover Sink.

Image: Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl
January 1, 2007

Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl

Root filled cavities near Catacombs No. 8 showing underground flow.

Image: Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl
January 1, 2007

Various Karst Features Along Peace River, Fl

Monitoring levels at Gator Sink.

video thumbnail: Asian Swamp Eels: Predation on Juvenile Largemouth Bass
June 29, 2006

Asian Swamp Eels: Predation on Juvenile Largemouth Bass

Non-native or introduced populations of Asian Swamp Eels (family: Synbranchidae) exist in the wild in parts of Florida, Georgia, and Hawaii. This video shows predatory behavior of captive individuals. Swamp eels shown feeding in this video include two different species, the first (tentatively identified as Monopterus albus) is a wild-caught specimen taken from Florida