This is the sixth podcast track in the H2Know Podcast Series. These tracks were produced during the spring 2020 semester by students in the AEC 4036/5037/6932: Podcasting to Increase Science Literacy course at the University of Florida.
There is nothing quite like eating a cold, raw oyster. In this episode of Streaming Science, we are joined by Dr. Ashley Smyth, assistant professor of biogeochemistry at the University of Florida’s Tropical Research and Education Center, to learn about what makes oysters so unique and how these creatures benefit our coastal ecosystems. Tune in to learn how the choices you make about your seafood impact the environment around you. This podcast was hosted and created by UF PhD student Emily Pappo.
Streaming Science · Oysters and Nutrient Management in Florida