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Natural Science and Mathematics

Climate change and sea level rise in South Florida: the view of coastal residents / Risa Palm and Toby Bolsen.
Publication: [Place of publication not identified]: Springer, 2021.
Subject: Sea level -- Environmental aspects – Florida.
Subject: Coast changes -- Florida, South.
Subject: Sea level -- Florida -- Public opinion.
Subject: Climatic changes -- Economic aspects -- Florida.
Subject: Climatic changes -- Political aspects -- Florida.
Call No.: 551.45809759 PAL

Florida's rivers: a celebration of over 40 of the Sunshine State's dynamic waterways / Doug Alderson.
Publication: Palm Beach, FL: Pineapple Press, 2021.
Subject: Rivers -- Florida.
Subject: Waterways -- Florida.
Call No.: 551.483 ALD

Understanding climate change: a practical guide / Frank R. Spellman.
Publication: Lanham, MD: Bernan Press, 2021.
Subject: Climatic changes.
Subject: Climate change mitigation.
Call No.: 551.6 SPE

Adapting land use and water management plans to a changing climate in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, Florida / Rand Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment; David G. Groves, Debra Knopman, Neil Berg, Craig A. Bond, James Syme and Robert J. Lempert.
Publication: Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 2018.
Subject: Saltwater encroachment -- Florida -- Broward County -- Mathematical models.
Subject: Saltwater encroachment -- Florida -- Miami-Dade County -- Mathematical models.
Subject: Climate change mitigation -- Florida -- Broward County.
Subject: Climate change mitigation -- Florida -- Miami-Dade County.             
Call No.: 553.72 GRO

Complete guide to Florida wildflowers: over 600 wildflowers of the Sunshine State including national parks, forests, preserves, and more than 160 state parks / Roger L. Hammer.
Publication: Guilford, CT: FalconGuides, 2018.
Subject: Wild flowers -- Florida -- Identification.
Subject: Wild flowers -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
Subject: Flowers -- Florida -- Identification.
Subject: Flowers -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
Call No.: 582.13 HAM

The ecology of the trees, shrubs, and woody vines of northern Florida / Robert W. Simons.
Publication: Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2021.
Subject: Woody plants -- Ecology -- Florida.
Subject: Trees -- Ecology -- Florida.
Subject: Shrubs -- Ecology -- Florida.
Subject: Climbing plants -- Ecology -- Florida.
Subject: Woody plants -- Florida -- Identification.
Call No.: 582.1609759 SIM

Florida's mangroves: a slightly salty history / Thomas Kenning.
Publication: [Place of publication not identified]: American Through Time, 2021.
Subject: Mangrove forests -- Florida.
Subject: Mangrove plants -- Florida.
Subject: Mangrove ecology -- Florida.
Call No.: 583.09759 KEN

The palmetto book: histories and mysteries of the cabbage palm / Jono Miller.
Publication: Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2021.
Subject: Cabbage palmetto -- Florida.
Call No.: 584.84 MIL

Florida wildlife encyclopedia: an illustrated guide to birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians / Scott Shupe.
Publication: New York, NY: Skyhorse Publishing, 2019.
Subject: Animals -- Florida -- Encyclopedias.
Subject: Vertebrates -- Florida -- Encyclopedias.
Subject: Vertebrates -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
Subject: Natural history -- Florida -- Encyclopedias.
Subject: Zoology -- Florida -- Encyclopedias.
Call No.: 591.9759 SHU

The Florida manatee: biology and conservation / Roger L. Reep and Robert K. Blonde.
Publication: Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2021.
Subject: West Indian manatee -- Florida.
Subject: Manatees -- Florida.
Call No.: 599.55 REE 2021

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