Earth Science students in UA Little Rock’s Geology and Ecology of The Bahamas class on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas.

UA Little Rock Students Have Unforgettable Experience in the Bahamas

For UA Little Rock students Mailee Xiong and Bria Hampton, swimming to what’s ominously known as “The Wall” in the waters off San Salvador Island in the Bahamas was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that would not have been possible a year earlier. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Students Have Unforgettable Experience in the Bahamas”

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock assistant professor will lecture Sept. 18 on changes in ocean reefs through time, the implications of human impacts on modern reef systems, and actions being taken across the world to protect reefs from terminal decline.

EARTHtalk! lecture to highlight changes in reefs, threats to modern reef ecosystems

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock assistant professor will lecture Sept. 18 on changes in ocean reefs through time, the implications of human impacts on modern reef systems, and actions being taken across the world to protect reefs from terminal decline.  Continue reading “EARTHtalk! lecture to highlight changes in reefs, threats to modern reef ecosystems”