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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM Research Reserve) will host its’ annual 2019 State of the Reserve symposium Friday, February 1st.  The theme of “Celebrating 20 Years” highlights the reserve’s long-term research projects, including research on local fish and lizards, habitat mapping efforts, mangroves and saltmarshes, and wave, current and wind measurements of the reserve’s beaches and water quality.

The symposium kicks off with a morning session from 9:00am-12:00 Noon, “How’s the Water: Eutrophication and Us!”, which will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn about eutrophication, over-enrichment of water by nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus, the natural processes, as well as its causes and impacts.  Those interested can click on the following link to register for the morning session; 2019 State of the Reserve Morning Session.

The traditional scientific symposium in the afternoon begins at 1:00pm and will include oral presentations on technical research conducted at the reserve, followed by a poster session and a reception from 4:00pm-6:30pm, hosted by the Friends of the GTM Reserve.  Registration is required in order to attend by clicking on the event website link (afternoon session plus reception).

The event is open to the public. Please contact Kaitlyn Dietz for information at Kaitlyn.Dietz@FloridaDEP.gov.

Venue

GTM Research Reserve Visitor Center
505 Guana River Road
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 United States
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Phone:
904-823-4500
Website:
http://www.gtmnerr.org/