Huge congratulations to Agnessa Lundy, who has part of her Master’s degree work published on conservation genetics in Red mangroves. These a an important species in coastal protection and create fish and crustaceans nursery and spawning sites around the world and in the Bahamas. You can read or download the article using the link below. Perhaps this can be a reference article for your online science classes. Show your students that Bahamians can be scientists. Agnessa is one of the original BEiNGS on facebook and has worked wit The Nature Conservancy and The Bahamas National Trust. Her conservation work has supported coral, conch and various other marine and terrestrial species.

Kudos to you Agnessa!