September 8, 2021 – November 10, 2021 Virtual
This program is designed for those interested in science-based ecosystem management principles & sharing this knowledge with others.
Published on January 1, 2001
Spatiotemporal patterns of non-genetically modified crops in the era of expansion of genetically modified food
Published on September 23, 2015
Published on November 9, 2017
We use species distribution models to predict changes in the geographic range of the deep-sea Antarctic shrimp Nematocarcinus lanceopes under changing climatic conditions from the Last Glacial Maximum to the present and to the year 2100.
Published on May 5, 2021
Georgios Arseniou, Ph.D. candidate, focuses on understanding the structure and function of urban forests which provide various socioeconomic and ecological services to human societies.
Published on January 16, 2020
Department of Community Sustainability researchers have demonstrated that fisheries stakeholders can accurately predict how pike interact with humans and other wildlife species in freshwater lakes.
Published on September 2, 2020
Leo Pham brings together the fields of ecology and hydrology.
Published on November 14, 2019
Fredric Janzen has been named director at the Michigan State University Kellogg Biological Station, effective June 1, 2020.
Published on November 30, 2020
A bioblitz pairs community members with researchers in an effort to identify as many species as possible at a given location during a specific timeframe. During the pandemic, researchers have had to adapt the event structure.
Published on November 24, 2020
Landis was nominated for distinguished contributions to the field of ecology, particularly for uncovering the role of landscape structure in regulating insect biodiversity and ecosystem services.
The wisdom of crowds: What researchers can learn from local communities of natural resources stakeholders
Published on June 30, 2020
Can natural resource stakeholders accurately estimate fish populations and human pressures on the environment?