Christian Garman

Innovation Institute Program Director

Gulf Stories Moments host.

In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. John Bratten, chair and associate professor of anthropology at the University of West Florida, discusses the discovery of a canal across from the Escambia River that was used for cypress logging.

In this week’s Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. John Bratten, chair and associate professor of anthropology at the University of West Florida, discusses the unique opportunities UWF students have to work on a variety of archaeology projects.

In this week’s Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. John Bratten, chair and associate professor of anthropology at the University of West Florida, discusses a shipwreck proje

ct he’s working on with an archaeology professor from the University of Wales Trinity St. David.

Gulf Stories Moment 10/22/18

Oct 22, 2018

In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. Bill Huth, a distinguished university professor with the University of West Florida, discusses the deployment of smart artificial reefs in the Gulf of Mexico.

Gulf Stories Moment 10/15/18

Oct 15, 2018

In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. Bill Huth, a distinguished university professor with the University of West Florida, discusses aquaculture in the Florida Panhandle.    

In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Nicole Grinnan, research associate and public archaeologist with the Florida Public Archaeology Network, discusses the history of the red snapper fishing industry in the Gulf Coast area.   

In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Nicole Grinnan, research associate and public archaeologist with the Florida Public Archaeology Network, discusses the ecological effects of the historical red snapper fishing industry in the Gulf of Mexico and how it has affected the modern waterfront.

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