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Photo: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment front cover June 2019

Exotic Pet Trade Leads to Several Hundred Non-Native and Invasive Animal Species »

News Story in Mongabay | Article in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Photo: acer male this year female last year. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Blake-Mahmud

Switching It Up: Striped Maple Trees Change Sex, with Females More Likely to Die »

News Story in NewScientist | Article in Annals of Botany

Photo: Bees Virescens male. Photo courtesy of Michael Roswell

Female and Male Bees' Flower Preferences Differ, Sometimes as If They Were Different Species »

Paper by Roswell et al. in PLoS ONE

Jean-Pierre Jacob

Jean-Pierre Jacob (SEBS '19) Delivers the Class Representative Remarks at the SEBS 2019 Convocation on May 20, 2019! »

Photo: Dorothy Lee. Photo courtesy of Phia Trinidad

Dorothy Lee Founded the Compost Club and Is a Leader in Social and Environmental Sustainability on the SEBS Campus »

Photo: Senior gradution award winners Robert Helsel, Casey Hamilton, Emily Conway, Darrell Jones, Mary Powley and Tanner Yuhas. Photo courtesy of Suzanne Sukhdeo

Congratulations to Our 2019 Senior Graduation Award Winners »

Photo: Gotham Whale. Photo courtesy of Celia Ackerman

Danielle Brown's Research on Humpback Whales and Potential Vessel Encounters Was Published in Marine Policy »

Article in ScienceDirect

Black sea bass at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary off the coast of Georgia.

Marine Species Are Hit Harder by Warming Than Are Species on Land — Paper by Pinsky et al. in Nature »

Free access to the full paper via the Pinsky lab website

Dr. Becca Selden

Dr. Selden Discusses Climate Change as an Emerging Issue for Fisheries in Front of House Subcommittee »

Photo: Prostrate knotweed. Photo by Lena Struwe

Melding New and Old Tech: Herbaria Illuminate Urban Plant Diversity »

Aliya Caldwel holding award

EENR Undergraduate Research Student Aliya Caldwell Wins First Place in Poster Competition at the Rutgers Microplastics Conference »

Arbor Day Photo Contest finalist, photo courtesy of Tushar Roy

The Rutgers Urban Forestry Program Will Host the 2019 NJ State Arbor Day Celebration »

"Seed to Saw" - From Bur Oak to Lumber (Video)


Malin Pinsky Announced Early Career Fellow by the Ecological Society of America »

Black Sea Bass, photo credit Orion Weldon

Climate Change Shrinks Many Fisheries Globally »

Publication in Science

birds nest fungus Crucibulum laeve cc Lena Struwe

Oh, All the Species You Can Find! Students and Faculty Lead Discovery of All Biodiversity at Rutgers »

Story in Rutgers Today | Sixth Personal Bioblitz starts March 1

Banded Blue Jay. Photo courtesy of Jeff Brown

A New Community in an Old Forest: Loss of Songbirds Leads to Community Shift in an Old Growth Forest »

Story in The Wildlife Society | Publication in Biodiversity and Conservation

storm surge, image courtesy of Dr. Brooke Maslo

Brooke Maslo's Efforts to Increase Climate Resiliency in NJ Communities Featured on PBS »

Commercial fishing boat

Edward Tekwa et al. Publish a Study on Why Fish Conservation Succeeds or Fails »

Story in Rutgers Today | News Release from the Princeton Environmental Institute

storm surge, Dr. Brooke Maslo

Brooke Maslo's Interview About Her Work on Flood Plain Restoration Broadcast on German Public Radio »


Trail map

Rick Lathrop Opens New Wildlife Loop Trail in Rutgers EcoPreserve »

Dr. Brooke Maslo holding an American oystercatcher

Brooke Maslo's Research Evaluates the Impacts of Severe Storms on Endangered Beach Fauna »

Dr. Rachael Winfree

Dr. Rachael Winfree Joins the Duke Farms Scientific Advisory Board »

Raptor on table - Cape May Raptor Banding Project

Rutgers Students Darrell Jones and Jack Kellogg Accompany Cape May Raptor Banding Project »


Dr. Malin Pinsky Interviewed in Podcast "The Atlantic Cod Is Leaving U.S. Waters" Presented at Yale Climate Connections»

Dr. Henry John-Alder

Dr. Henry John-Alder awarded NSF grant »

The project will investigate reversals in testosterone's control of growth and underlying genes across male-larger and female-larger lizards.

Students looking at plants during class

Julie Lockwood and Oliver Stringham publish a paper on the exotic pet trade »

Article in Rutgers Today » | Article in The Ecologist » | Article in Journal of Applied Ecology »

Chris Martine

DEENR alumnus Chris Martine gets national outreach award »

red knot, Photo credit: Mark Peck, Royal Ontario Museum

Mapping Endangered Red Knots' Remote Breeding Habitat »

Article in BioOne »

Dr. Lena Struwe

Lena Struwe Receives the Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award by the Botanical Society of America »

Congratulations by IAPT president Pat Herendeen »

Design Plans

Brooke Maslo and Jeremiah Bergstrom Are Featured in a Scientific American Article for Their Work on the Restoration of Floodplain Habitat to Achieve Climate Resilience »

Photo of a bee, courtesy of F. Benjamin

Rachael Winfree:
Crop Pollination Depends on Communities of Wild Bees »

Photo of a fishing boat

Climate Change Means Fish Are Moving Faster Than Regulations

Article in the SEBS Newsroom » | Article in Science »

Members of TWS Rutgers Chapter haul wood down the trail for the new boardwalk.

See the RU Wildlife Society Student Chapter's Activities Highlighted in the NJ TWS Newsletter (620k PDF)

Photo of a Lucia Weinman

Lucia Weinman's Research on Bees Featured in Great Lakes Research and Education Center's Facebook Post »


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