The St. Johns Marine Ecology 4-H Club, in collaboration with the GTM Research Reserve, recently got the full salt marsh experience! The 4-H Club received a Service Learning in Aquatic and Marine Education and Conservation grant to test out the use of different substrates to use in order to grow smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) plugs. The plugs [...]
An exciting job opportunity is available at the GTM Research Reserve! The SWMP Technician will assist with the long-term water quality and meteorological monitoring at the Reserve. This includes maintaining and deploying instrumentation, conducting monthly nutrient sampling, assisting biological monitoring in the field, and assisting with a variety of visiting scientist research. The SWMP (System-Wide [...]
Don't worry if you didn't get tickets to our upcoming Marineland Lecture. On Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. EST tune-in to watch our Marineland Lecture LIVE (click here to access). Chris Coco, Director of Zoological Operations, Fishes and Invertebrates at the Georgia Aquarium will discuss his work with the very cool sand tiger [...]
Happy Earth Day from the GTM Research Reserve! For some outdoor fun this weekend come check out booth (and many more) at the Washington Oaks Gardens State Park Earth Day celebration (click here for more details) and the Bartram Bash & Earth Day event (click here for more details).