In a race for Cheetos, magpies win, but crows steal
Aug12
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Reflections on Flint and environmental justice
Mar02
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Building with Nature: the Dutch Sand Engine
Jan27

Building with Nature: the Dutch Sand Engine

“Cities are emergent systems, with only 5 to 7 thousand years of history, mostly during the relative climatic stability of the Holocene,” said guest editor Kristina Hill, an associate professor at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. “We’ve never tried to operate a city during a rapid climate change, especially not on the scale of population we now have, with our largest cities housing upwards of 20 million people.”

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Backyards prove surprising havens for native birds #ESA100
Aug06
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ESA launches new OA journal with the Ecological Society of China
Mar18
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These are not your urban lawn flamingos!
Jun10
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Ecology at the USA Science and Engineering Festival
May13
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Nature, truth & reconcilliation
Jan21

Nature, truth & reconcilliation

“Can we expand Mandela’s vision of reconciliation to our own planet, to offer ourselves a shot at redemption from Nature, just as he offered his oppressors?”

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Oysters of New York
Jan09

Oysters of New York

Denitrification heroes?
The dense urban life of Queens surrounds Jamaica Bay, NY, where Timothy Hoellein and Chester Zarnoch measured the effect of oysters on the nitrogen cycle. Can oysters help remove an excess of the nutrient from the bay?

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Call for nominations! Joan Ehrenfeld Award for Best Student Presentation in Urban Ecology
Jul18
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