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Poor neighborhoods more at risk from mosquito-borne diseases.
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The ecology of an African river.
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Trails & grounds open for the season.
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Why science matters

A statement by the Presidents, past and present, of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.

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Our Trails & Campus

Our trails are open for the season. *Please note: Lovelace Drive, the Fern Glen, and the Stone Bridge will be closed until Monday, September 25.

Our Science

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Infectious Diseases

Illuminating how environmental conditions shape disease risk.

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Urban Ecology

Studying how cities can be designed to be resilient and sustainable.

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Freshwater Health

Monitoring the quality of our streams, lakes, and rivers.

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Invasive Species

Understanding how invasive species impact our forest and freshwater resources.

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Climate Change

Preparing for the future, from extreme weather to species shifts.

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Outreach & Education

Educating decision makers, teachers, students, and the general public.

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