2013 News Archive

Winter scenery is fun to explore

There is always something to explore in nature during the winter. Discover resident birds, identify cold-weather insects, learn about plant adaptations, and enjoy the sunshine and scenery.

New SPCA wetlands give pet waste royal treatment

Freshwater ecologist Stuart Findlay remarks on SPCA treatment of wastewater by a system that uses man-made wetlands, mimicking the water purification process that occurs in natural wetlands.

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Resettled rats torment New Yorkers in Sandy's wake

Huffington Post follows-up on disease ecologist Rick Ostfeld's warning of increased health risks related to urban rats being displaced by Hurricane Sandy.

Earthworms increase soils' greenhouse gas emissions

Microbial Ecologist Peter Groffman comments on a new study that links increased CO2 and nitrous oxide emissions with worm-ridden soils.

Baltimore's Watershed 263 experiment in socioecology

Projects that improve water quality by planting vacant lots, parking strips, and other urban spaces with trees and community gardens also bring people out of doors and teach local kids about their environment.

Take Action: Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies' undergrad program seeks applicants

This summer, 10 undergraduate students will join the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies' research community to carry out science of their own design.

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