It’s a searing summer day on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and in chest-high waders carrying 30 pounds of soil on your back, the humidity is almost unbearable. We have spent long hours in the field and the lab as a budding undergraduate and graduate researchers, wading through wetlands and tromping through fields for the sake of “research.” The question arises in each of us – “Why am I doing this?”
Resistance to antibiotics and pesticides is rising at alarming rates. Yet, currently there is no global framework to track the threat to human health and crops.
Rethinking Climate Change and Inequality: From Carbon Footprints to Class Power.
Seminar presented by Dr. Matt Huber, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
Dynamic Urban Heterogeneity and the Co-production of Human Ecosystems.
Seminar presented by Dr. Steward Pickett , Cary institute of Ecosystem Studies.
Reading resilience in the Puerto Rican landscape.
Seminar presented by Dr. Javier Arce-Nazario, University of North Carolina.
The Impact of Global Fisheries Declines on Human Nutrition.
Seminar presented by Dr. Christopher Golden, Harvard University.
The domestication of biodiversity in the city
Seminar presented by Dr. Paige Warren.
A Race against Time: Nutrient Legacies and Time Lags Provide New Insight into Improving Water Quality in Human-Impacted Landscapes
Seminar presented by Nandita Basu ,University of Waterloo.