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Climate and Data Literacy: K-12 Teachers on the Estuary

CLICK HERE to register. Who Open to all K-12 teachers: any school, any subject, any grade between K-12th. Also, we get to invite researchers from surrounding NERRs to assist and take part in this training. What to Expect This professional development opportunity is a blended learning experience. There is an onsite component (this 2-day workshop) [...]

July 30th, 2018|Comments Off on Climate and Data Literacy: K-12 Teachers on the Estuary

Adventures in the Estuary Summer Camp – Forest Week II

WHO: The Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve or GTM Research Reserve, a living laboratory and coastal recreation area! WHAT (Day Camps) - Week II's are extensions of Week I's. Campers do not need to attend Week I in order to know what's going on during Week II. The lessons and activities (for the most part) will [...]

July 23rd, 2018|Comments Off on Adventures in the Estuary Summer Camp – Forest Week II

Adventures in the Estuary Summer Camp – Forest Week I

WHO: The Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve or GTM Research Reserve, a living laboratory and coastal recreation area! WHAT (Day Camps) - Week II's are extensions of Week I's. Campers do not need to attend Week I in order to know what's going on during Week II. The lessons and activities (for the most part) will [...]

July 16th, 2018|Comments Off on Adventures in the Estuary Summer Camp – Forest Week I

Where does data come from? Explore the process through the NERRds Blog!

Have you ever wondered about the work that goes into collecting and analyzing long-term meteorological data? Read the latest NERRds blog update to find out how our researchers do it! In this post, our SWMP (System-Wide Monitoring Program) team goes into detail about how raw data from our weather monitoring system is transformed into an organized report. [...]

March 6th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Where does data come from? Explore the process through the NERRds Blog!

Check Out the New NERRds Blog Post!

We like to stay informed on the activities our researchers are up to, and we hope you do too! This year's first installment features a curious character and his adventures around the estuary. Stay tuned for more stories featuring Norm by reading the NERRds blog!

January 10th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Check Out the New NERRds Blog Post!

Our Winter Newsletter Has Arrived!

Grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy our Newsletter! The Winter edition of our quarterly newsletter is here. "The Estuary Examiner" is filled with articles and information about GTM Research Reserve's education, research and stewardship programs and events. Make sure to read it for updates about current research and upcoming events. Click here to check out [...]

December 28th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Our Winter Newsletter Has Arrived!

NERRds on the Water Research Blog

Did you know our research scientists here at GTM Research Reserve have their own blog? The NERRds, as they affectionately call themselves, want to share information about their research and why it is important. Their blog is informative, accessible, and above all, fun! Check out this recent article on oysters and you'll be hooked! For [...]

November 22nd, 2016|News|Comments Off on NERRds on the Water Research Blog

TAKE A HIKE WITH US THIS WEEKEND!

Spots are available to join our monthly guided exploration hike at GTM Research Reserve! The weather is set to be gorgeous, so why not go on an educational hike with one of our guides this Saturday from 8:30 - 10:30 am? Guests will learn about the cultural history of the Guana Peninsula as well as the [...]

November 3rd, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on TAKE A HIKE WITH US THIS WEEKEND!

“Pangolins: The Armored Ambassadors” Lecture at GTM Marineland!

"Pangolins: The Armored Ambassadors" was the theme at yesterday's GTM Research Reserve lecture, in collaboration with Marineland Dolphin Adventure. GTM Education Coordinator Kenneth Rainer spoke about this unique small arboreal, nocturnal mammal. Rainer introduced "Scar," a white-bellied pangolin (Phataginus tricuspis), to the audience. To view the lecture, click here. There are eight species of pangolins distributed between Asia [...]

October 19th, 2016|News|Comments Off on “Pangolins: The Armored Ambassadors” Lecture at GTM Marineland!

National Geographic Films Sea Turtle Emergence at GTM!

A National Geographic WILD film crew visited our beaches last week to capture a green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) nest emergence on camera. After five days of braving thunderstorms and pulling all-nighters, the crew was finally successful on their last night. Early Sunday morning, they recorded a partial nest emergence of 12-16 hatchlings. "Just goes to show that persistence [...]

September 28th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on National Geographic Films Sea Turtle Emergence at GTM!