The way the USDA defines food deserts — in terms of distance to a supermarket and income level […]
I knew I was going to go the moment I saw the sign, "Puppies in Perkins Library." December 10th, right in the middle of finals week. While I was not required to take final exams this semester, I had a plethora of projects with looming due dates. An opportunity to take a breather and pet some furry friends seemed like the best idea in the world.
"...over the years and decades forests on campus have been gradually chipped away for construction..."
We no longer have perfect beach weather here in Beaufort, which is probably for the best, given we’r […]
How do we get people to care about climate change? Maybe we need to throw away the graphs and start telling stories.
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An army of robotic, automated microphones and cameras may eventually render all us birders and field naturalists irrelevant, but in the meantime, scientists are tapping into our collective expertise to advance knowledge of biodiversity patterns across spatial scales all over the world.