Southwest Florida mangroves experiencing 'delayed die-off' 1 year after Hurricane Ian

Protection often comes at a cost. And the true price that parts of Southwest Florida have paid is only just becoming clear a year after Hurricane Ian hit. "I think for me personally, I hit January 1 [2023], and I thought, 'Oh good, we're turning a corner,'" said Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) professor Dr. Edwin Everham.