$4 million used to rehouse endangered mussels in path of I-540 extension project
This conservation effort lead by Greg Cope et al. will help preserve mussel diversity – and keep our waters clean.
Greg Cope Recognized With Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society’s Meritorious Service Award
Congratulations to Greg Cope for being recognized with the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society's Meritorious Service Award.
North Carolina Agromedicine Institute Recognized with National Designation
The institute’s efforts to provide health care and safety training to farmers, foresters, fishermen, and their families were recognized at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ Commission on Economic and Community Engagement.
The Evolution of Good Taste
Differences between the elemental composition of foods and the elemental needs of animals can explain the development of pleasing tastes like salty, umami and sweet. Learn more about this Applied Ecology research!
Linnea Andersen Inducted as a 2021 AIARD Future Leader Fellow
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Linnea Andersen for being selected as a 2021 Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development (AIARD) Future Fellow!
New Research Measures Economic Losses from Further Declines in Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in the Albemarle-Pamlico Estuary
A new interdisciplinary report by Jie Cao and colleagues predicts the economic losses coastal communities in NC can expect over the next decade.
Watch the Spring 2021 Applied Ecology Minors Research Symposia
Watch the graduating class of 2021 applied ecology minor students present their research experiences.
Emily Nastase Awarded NCAUG Graduate Scholarship
Congratulations to Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology master's student, Emily Nastase, for her North Carolina ArcGIS Users Group (NCAUG) Graduate Scholarship!
Parasites are Going Extinct. Here’s Why We Need to Save Them.
National Geographic covers Dr. Skylar Hopkins et al.'s work on the global parasite conservation plan.
What’s Killing Weakfish?
Natural mortality — not fishing — has kept weakfish stock in decline. Read more about Jacob's Krause's research on this important species.