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丹尼斯Hanisak

With great sadness, we share the news of the passing of Dr. M. 丹尼斯Hanisak, a beloved and renowned member of the FAU 港分公司 research faculty. Dr. Hanisak was a research professor, director of the Marine Ecosystems Health program, director of education at FAU 港分公司, and principal investigator of numerous research projects. He is remembered as an eminent marine scientist, 一位忠诚的老师和导师, and a pioneering conservationist for the Indian River Lagoon (IRL).

Dr. Hanisak joined the research team at 港分公司 in 1977, conducting research on marine plants (seaweed and seagrass) in the IRL and other parts of Florida, 巴哈马群岛和加勒比海. He authored more than 70 scientific publications and co-authored the book “Submersed Plants of the Indian River Lagoon: A Floristic Inventory & Field Guide,” a comprehensive floristic compendium of Florida’s remarkable Indian River Lagoon. His contributions to marine biology and ecology – particularly for understanding the health and stressors on the Indian River Lagoon – are innumerable.

重要的是,博士. Hanisak是一名教育家. His leadership was paramount to establishing FAU 港分公司 as a destination for training the next generation of scientists. He was instrumental in developing programs for 学生 of all ages, from grade school through doctorates. He inspired generations of new marine scientists, and his legacy lives on through their work.

“This is an overwhelming loss for his family, 朋友和研究所, 对我们所有人来说都是悲伤的时刻,”医生说。. 詹姆斯米. Sullivan, executive director of FAU 港分公司. “As we move forward through this difficult time, we take comfort in knowing that we are able to honor his legacy by continuing the great work he started.”

Dr. Hanisak is a true icon of FAU 港分公司 Oceanographic Institute. His passion was infectious, and his work made an indelible impact on the world. 纪念霍金博士的活动. Hanisak to be held at FAU 港分公司 is currently being planned. Details will be publicized as they are finalized.

查询有关博士的资料. Hanisak’s professional work through FAU 港分公司, please contact James Sullivan at jsullivan@fau.或Patrick Boles网址 pboles@tphphotographe.com.

For media inquiries, contact Chelsey Matheson at cmatheson@tphphotographe.com.

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FAU 港分公司 prioritizes solution-oriented research that addresses critical issues affecting coastal zone, 海洋, 人类的幸福. 研究 scientists take a global approach, conducting studies around the world in varying climates, 生态系统, 和文化.
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KU体育官网APP (FAU) 港分公司 Oceanographic Institute is a world class research organization with a focus on exploring the marine environments, studying key species and understanding the connection between humans and the ocean. Founded in 1971 as 港分公司 Oceanographic Foundation, Inc., the Institute expanded its reach to over 100 miles along Florida’s east coast when it joined KU体育官网APP in 2007. 位于St. 露西县, our 144-acre campus along the Indian River Lagoon employs over 200 scientists, 工程师, 教育工作者, 教职员及学生. 直到今天, the Institute actively pursues solution-oriented research that addresses some of the most critical issues affecting coastal zones, 海洋与人类福祉.
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