Join disease ecologists Rick Ostfeld and Felicia Keesing for a virtual Cary Science Conversation with Cary President Josh Ginsberg. Among the topics they will discuss: why rats make riskier neighbors than rhinos.
Dr. Allan Frei of Hunter College will present a historical perspective on storms, floods, and droughts in the Catskills.
Join us for a 3-part virtual workshop series on managing and conserving wildlife in the New York State. Sessions will be held on September 30, October 7, and October 14.
Strap that roller coaster belt across your lap--our montane forests are in for a ride over the next century. We'll explore how climate change is forcing our Northeastern flora and fauna to rapidly adapt, and we'll take an in depth look into the responses of our montane bird populations.
An overview of how climate change may influence aquatic and terrestrial invasive species and suggested management strategies to enhance the resiliency of aquatic and terrestrial systems.