Analysis of Grand Bahama Forest Using NDV

Analysis of Grand Bahama forest using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to evaluate vegetation changes for post-hurricane season 2004 and 2005 Presented by Zeko McKenzie Zeko McKenzie In 2004 and 2005, Grand Bahama was affected by 3 consecutive major hurricanes (Frances and Jeanne in 2004, […]

A History of Logging in The Bahamas

A History of Logging in The Bahamas Presented by Neil Sealey Neil Sealey The pine, Pinus caribaea var. bahamensis, forests of The Bahamas cover much of the northern islands of Abaco, Grand Bahamas, and Andros, and also exist on New Providence. For much of the […]

Vegetation History of Eleuthera, Bahamas

Vegetation History of Eleuthera, Bahamas: Pollen and Charcoal Analysis of Sediment Cores from Two Sites Presented by Eric Kjellmark Eric Kjellmark, Lisa Park Boush, Ilya Buynevich, Amy Myrbo, Mary Jane Berman, Perry Gnivecki, and Eric Brown In 2012, sediment cores were recovered from two sites […]

Monitoring Coenobita clypeatus Populations

Monitoring Coenobita clypeatus populations and the use of touch tanks in conservation initiatives: Helping Soldier crabs win the battle for top coastal scavenger in the Bahamas Presented by Melanie DeVore Melanie DeVore, Deborah Freile, and Sandra Voegeli Soldier crabs, Coenobita clypeatus, are scavengers and play […]

Crab Pen Survey & Harvest Analysis of the Land Crab

Tami LaPilusa (Lecturer, Biology Department; School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences; G’12) presented a research talk co-authored with Kayla Earls (U’15), two posters co-authored with current SUNY Oneonta Undergraduates, and chaired a session on crabs at the 3rd Bahamas National History Conference (March 14-18, 2016) […]