Environmental Science Archive

Evan Larson, University of Wisconsin Platteville – Bringing People into the Wilderness

How we think of certain spaces may need to be reimagined. Evan Larson, professor of environmental

Christopher Junium, Syracuse University – A Sulfurous End For The Dinosaurs

Why did the asteroid that heralded the end of the dinosaurs have such a profound impact?

Elise Granek, Portland State University – Understanding the Impacts of Anthropogenic Stressors on the Ecosystems of Coastal Transition Zones

On Portland State University Week: Β The changing atmosphere is putting stresses on ecosystems. Elise Granek, associate

Falk Huettmann, University of Alaska Fairbanks – Climate Change in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya

Climate change’s effects will be felt across the planet, but what we can we learn from

Heather Tanana, University of Utah – Universal Access to Clean Water for Tribes in the Colorado River Basin

Access to clean water is critical for Native American communities. Heather Tanana, assistant professor of law

Kristy Hopfensperger, Northern Kentucky University – One Milkweed at a Time

On Northern Kentucky University Week:Β  Want to help out the butterflies? Plant some milkweed. Kristy Hopfensperger,

Nadia Singh, University of Oregon – How Organisms Cope with Environment Change

Can environment play a role in the diversity of offspring? Nadia Singh, associate professor of biology

Beth Feingold, University at Albany – Food Waste

On University at Albany Week:Β  How do we waste less food? Beth Feingold, associate professor in

Hao Huang, Scripps College – Tradition and Environmentalism in Bali: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

On Scripps College Week:Β  The environment we have today will nurture future generations. Hao Huang, professor

Betsy Stoner, Bentley University – Microplastics

On Bentley University Week: There’s even more plastic in the ocean than we think. Betsy Stoner,