Read about Dr. Brant and her research on how selenium moves through food webs and affects endangered fishes.
Dr. Witharana and colleagues used images from drones and satellites to determine which colonies increased or decreased in the 1980s.
How many pellets? How many patches? WHICH patches? Dr. Chadwick Rittenhouse uses structured decision making to describe the importance of sampling decisions when the occupied sites of a rare cottontail have declined by 50% in the last decade.
Summer use of thermal refuges by Brown Trout in the Housatonic River, CT is common, yet necessary, for survival during most years. We are launching an investigation into exactly how these refuges are used and what that means for Brown Trout populations now and into the future.
Forest managers have nearly stopped harvesting trees within wetlands, because large equipment damages wetlands soils and water quality. It’s a conservation success story. Yet- are these forested wetlands healthy?