Ecology Archive

Casey Coomes, SUNY Oneonta – Songbirds and Climate Change

On SUNY Oneonta Week:Β  The struggles of adapting to climate change are affecting everyone. Casey Coomes,

Laura Martin, Williams College – Designing Wild Nature

Who is looking out for struggling species in the face of climate change? Laura Martin, assistant

Kevin Woo, SUNY Empire University – The Importance of Urban Ecology and Conservation

Marine mammals can be biomarkers for the health of an ecosystem. Kevin Woo, associate professor of

Tammy Mildenstein, Cornell College – Monarch Butterfly Preservation

On Cornell College Week: The restoration of monarch butterfly populations is a vital preservation topic. Tammy

Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County – PCBs

A better way to rid waterways of harmful PCBs could be on the way. Upal Ghosh,

Carlos Tarin, University of Texas at El Paso – Borderland Ecological Consciousness

On University of Texas at El Paso Week: The southern border has been changed by many

Jason Delborne, North Carolina State University – Forest Biotech

We have genetically engineered food; how about trees? Jason Delborne, associate professor of science, policy and

Alexandra Kosiba, University of Vermont – The Rebound of the Red Spruce

The red spruce is coming back to the Northeastern United States. Alexandra Kosiba, researcher in the

Elizabeth Anderson, Florida International University – Dams Are Changing Amazonian Rivers

New dams in the Amazon could threaten ecosystems. Elizabeth Anderson, assistant professor in the department of

Rene Price, Florida International University – Salt Water Intrusion in the Everglades

Fight fire with fire…and water with water? Rene Price, professor of earth and environment atΒ Florida International