2012 News Archive

Fox and coyote and ticks - oh, my!

Understanding the relationship between red foxes and coyotes may be another key in understanding the ecology of Lyme disease.

The invasion of the crawlers

Earthworms, a non-native species. Are they good or bad for the soil? 

Predators, prey, and Lyme disease

Given the health implications, "understanding the ecological mechanisms that drive Lyme disease in nature is very important." 

Floodplains are valuable habitats for birds and wildlife. (Photo credit: Bigstock)

Floodplains provide habitat, aid water distribution

Here are a few suggestions about how best to manage floodplains.

The floundering fish: Hudson River shad

Invasive species pose one of the top threats to the Hudson River. 

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