• FruitBat

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    Younger responders can not recall a world without the terms Ebola and Marburg. How is this cute, furry - and edible - bat connected to those deadly viruses?

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  • Beach-In-Florida

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    Enjoy a day at the beach now, while Florida still has magnificent beaches. A recent UN climate report casts doubt on the future, not only of our beaches and our agriculture

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  • US_KarstMap

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    What is Karst Topography? Why does the earth suddenly open and swallow homes, roads and, occasionally people? Most Floridians are living on top of a fragile, rocky sponge.

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SART is a multi-agency coordination group consisting of governmental and private entities dedicated to strengthening all-hazard disaster capabilities through partnerships. Florida SART will support an effective and coordinated incident response for the animal and agricultural sectors in the State of Florida.

Animal Carcass DisposalAnimal Carcass Disposal

An emergency in Florida could leave thousands (maybe millions) of animals stranded and dying – herds of dairy cattle, poultry houses, animals on exotic game ranches. More ...

UF VETS Team – Check-up & ReviewUF VETS Team – Check-up & Review

Formed in 2004, the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine's Veterinary Emergency Treatment Services (VETS) team has four essential functions in disaster relief: More ...

threaten to engulf the world"… threaten to engulf the world …"

A recent feature by Dr. Paul Gibbs, now a retired professor emeritus of the College of Veterinary Medicine - UF, was published in The Veterinary Record. More ...

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