They Outlasted the Dinosaurs. Can They Survive Us?
Applied Ecology alum Dewayne Fox and his work on Atlantic sturgeon are featured in this NY Times article.
Researcher Spotlight – Emily Nastase
Learn more about graduate student and Global Change Fellow, Emily Nastase in this researcher spotlight by SE-CASC.
Researcher Spotlight – Erin Eichenberger
Read about co-Applied Ecology student, Global Change Fellow, and plant enthusiast Erin Eichenberger.
Climate Conundrum: Study Finds Ants Aren’t Altering Behavior in Rising Temperatures
The finding suggests ants may have trouble adjusting to climate change.
Reflections on COP15
Applied Ecology students Willie and Nick report back about their experience at the COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference.
Synthesizing Seasonal Timing and Climate Change
Becky Irwin and colleagues summarize 10,812 phenological events across 45 years understand how animals, insects, and plants are responding to climate change.
The Fall 2022 Biology, Ecology, and Evolution Seminar Series Re-cap
This guest post by graduate students Alex and Mumtahina re-caps this semester's BEESS sessions.
Oh, Deer! Triangle Researchers Looking into Impact of Development on Deer Population
Mikiah Carver and Nathan Hostetter's research on urban white-tailed deer was featured by CBS 17.
Ashton Merck Wins SPS Poster Award
Congratulations to Ashton Merck for receiving a poster award during P-Week!
What NC’s Growing White-Tailed Deer Population Means for Drivers, Hunting and the Species’ Survival
This feature by WUNC details Mikiah and Nathan's research on urban white-tailed deer.