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Plant and Microbial Biology graduate student Alienor Baskevitch arranged and photographed the fungi she foraged during a field excursion last fall.
When the Mosquito Fire entered Blodgett Forest Research Station in early September, the “living laboratory” was put to the test.
As an artist-in-residence in the Blonder lab, Juniper Harrower creates art exploring the role that plants play in constructing our identities.
Forests’ ability to adapt to climate change may depend, in part, on the eddies and swirls of global wind currents.
Graduate student Emma Steigerwald studies how amphibians in the Cordillera Vilcanota are responding to climate change.
Continuing our research mission despite the challenges created by the pandemic.
Master of Development Practice alum Matthew Mayes partnered with an artisanal batik-production community in Bali and Java.
Citizen scientist Jenni Peters helps track the movements of birds of prey along the Pacific Coast.
PhD candidate Joan Dudney collaborates with government agencies to investigate the impacts of mountain pine beetles and white pine blister rust on five pine species.
Through Earthrise Media, alumnus Dan Hammer works to provide easy access to satellite imagery for reliable news on the environment.
A western diamondback rattlesnake on the edge of the dune field in White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.
CNR researchers used whole-genome sequence data to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the honey bee in its native range.
Professor Nancy Lee Peluso documents smallholder gold mining in Indonesia, an unregulated industry that has exploded in the past 20 years.