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As Sea Level Rises, Hudson River Wetlands May Expand

Region immediately south of Albany will likely see expansion of wetland areas along the Hudson...

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Jack Elliott Tree Sculpture Highlights Climate Justice

Elliott addresses environmental and ecological issues with his art...

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Beyond Milkweed: Monarchs Face Habitat, Nectar Threats

Sparse autumnal nectar sources, weather and habitat fragmentation could be the blame for monarch butterfly population declines...

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Cornell Works With Mexican Tribe on Forest Management

A series of workshops, planning sessions and collaborative activities last summer led to a strategic conservation initiative for the mixed agricultural and forested region...

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Redwoods Tree Climbing

Cornell Tree Climbing Institute promotes safe and environmentally responsible tree climbing techniques and assists with Giant Sequoia restoration and ecology research....

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Saving Oysters' Future by Digging Up their Paleo Past

Despite long odds in the struggle to restore oyster reefs and boost the bivalves’ survival, marine restoration professionals may wish to add a tool: paleontological history...

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Some Honeybee Colonies Adapt in Wake of Deadly Mites

A new genetics study of wild honeybees offers clues to how a population has adapted to a mite that has devastated bee colonies worldwide...