AM:W3: Adaptive Management: Wise Use of Water, Wetlands & Watersheds

Adaptive Management: Wise Use of Water, Wetlands & Watersheds is an NSF-funded IGERT program at the University of Florida. The IGERT program in Adaptive Management links four colleges, fifteen academic departments, and three research centers at the University of Florida with international wetlands research centers in Africa, Mexico, South America, Australia, and south Florida. Visit the program website here.

UF PhD students and faculty affiliated with the National Science Foundation’s Integrated Graduate Research, Education and Training Program in Water, Wetlands and Watersheds (AMw3-IGERT) presented their research at the international symposium “Wetlands in a Flood Pulsing Environment: Effects and Responses in Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning and Human Socety” in Maun, Botswana, the gateway to Southern Africa’s storied Okavango Delta.

For more information about the Wetlands Symposium in Botswana, click here.

View the new film by IGERT grad students:
Living with thirst: People and wildlife in southern Africa’s variable climate
Part One and Part Two