A collection of eggs from seabirds, shorebirds, forest and grassland birds – even a giant flightless bird – arranged in separate boxes. The boxes are placed in a grid pattern on a table.
The man who founded the Florida Museum of Natural History more than 100 years ago had a clear purpose: to...
Photo-illustration for UF Biodiversity Institute feature image
Pam Soltis has spent her adult life studying the Earth’s living things, first from the perspective of plants and in recent years on a broader scale as she and her husband, Doug, have worked to create a “Tree of Life” that organizes and illustrates how all living things interact.
A University of Florida geophysicist discusses the strange changes in shifting ground during a long-term study of the 1960 Chile earthquake.