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Archive for April, 2012

Seminar, “Assessing Potential Competition Between a Native and an Introduced Predator Using Multiple Approaches” Room 105 Holdsworth

Posted: April 27th, 2012

Fish Population Ecology and Conservation Candidate, Dr. Melissa Wuellner (Department of Natural Resource Management, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD) Web site –  

Tree Climbing Competition Results

Posted: April 23rd, 2012

On Saturday April 21st, 12 students from the Department of Environmental Conservation and the Stockbridge School’s Arboriculture program competed in the annual tree climbing competition held on campus. In the preliminary events, Luke Longstreeth won the belayed speed climb, Eric Swennes won the footlock, Jason Wood came in first place in the work climb, and Bryan Westlake […]

Research Seminar, “Modelling Human Impacts on Marine Populations: from Climate Change to Catch Limits” – Room 308 Holdsworth

Posted: April 18th, 2012

  Fish Population Ecology and Conservation Assistant Professor Candidate    Dr. John Wiedenmann – Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ  

Tree Climbing Competition

Posted: April 17th, 2012

On Saturday April 21st from 9am to mid-afternoon, we will be holding our annual student tree climbing competition near parking lot 52, which is across N. Pleasant St. from the Newman Center. The competition consists of five events (here’s the footlock event: that simulate climbing challenges that arborists face while pruning trees. Hopefully, the […]

Graduate Student, David Stormer, Earns Best Poster from Pacific Estuarine Research Society

Posted: April 17th, 2012

David Stormer just earned the best poster at the 35th Pacific Estuarine Research Society (PERS) meeting.  The title of the poster was: Occurrence, abundance, and developmental stage of a parasitic nematode in juvenile bluefish (Pomatomas saltatrix) inhabiting the Hudson River estuary.  The authors were: David Stormer (Wildlife & Fisheries PhD student), Jessica Lajoie (NRC undergraduate […]