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Boat on Oneida Lake

Climate change likely to alter NY’s Oneida Lake by 2099

Mar 5, 2015

DNR doctoral candidate Amy Lee Hetherington, the lead author of a study in the journal Ecological Modelling, reports that by the end of the century temperatures in Oneida Lake - New York state’s largest interior lake - will likely be higher by about 6 degrees Fahrenheit ... enough to remove oxygen from its bottom waters, alter its species composition and eradicate its remaining cold water fish species.

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Guest column in The Hill by DNR Assoc.Professor Amanda Rodewald

Feb 19, 2015

DNR Associate Professor Amanda Rodewald's article, "National and Environmental Security, Two sides of Same Coin" (It’s an analysis of how our nation’s national and environmental security are becoming one-and-the-same) was published as a guest column with The Hill, an insider Washington DC newspaper. 

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New Book by Marianne Krasny and Keith Tidball

Feb 16, 2015

"Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Group Up" (MIT Press), a new book by DNR Professor Marianne Krasny and DNR Senior Extension Associate, Keith Tidball, draws on research in social capital and collective efficacy, ecosystem services, social learning, governance, social-ecological systems, and other findings in the social and ecological sciences to investigate how people, practices, and communities interact. 

Woodswoman Fund honors LaBastille - inspires future women scholars

Feb 4, 2015

The estate of Anne LaBastille '55, Ph.D. '69 has established the Woodswoman Scholarship Fund to provide financial assistance to female doctoral students with demonstrated need who study conservation or natural resources. On Nov. 19, professors, students and admirers gathered in Fernow Hall for a special presentation to commemorate LaBastille’s life and announce the creation of this self-sustaining fund.