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Hidden links between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems: part 3 – Eel River

By Nicholas Wright This blog is the third and final of a three part series on ecological subsidies that appeared throughout summer ’23. In California’s north coast, the Eel River winds its way through hills with shady slopes carpeted in … Continue reading

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Marsh on the move: bringing environmental education into the classroom

By Josie Storm, Christine Parisek, Brian Williamshen, Caroline Newell, Sarah Yarnell, Kim Luke, Jake Shab, and Erin Tracy This spring, a group of researchers and students at the Center for Watershed Sciences (“Watershed”) organized a community engagement event at a … Continue reading

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Eat Prey Loon: lessons from juvenile loons in Wisconsin

by Brian A. Hoover, Andrew L. Rypel and Walter H. Piper Do you remember when you first moved from home, and were completely on your own in new surroundings? How did you decide where to live, or which restaurants to … Continue reading

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Urban water conservation for the birds

By Jay Lund People who save water like to know their conserving is doing some good, such as sustaining economic growth, building municipal reserves for longer droughts or supporting the environment. But many urban residents are concerned their water savings … Continue reading

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