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A River Runs Through It Stacy Morford
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: July 2017
"I hadn't appreciated what a fun little mountain stream the hudson starts out as--super-clear, cool water running over the rocks, and it makes that sound like laughing. It's so different fom the Hudson River we see in New York City."
 
Charting a Century of Climate Change Andy Murdock
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: January 2017
"The main effect observed by…researchers [in the West's national parks over the last 100 years] is not coming from summers getting hotter, but from the milder winters."
 
Ecotourist Attractions May Be Greenwashing
News View Category: Eye on Ecology Published: December 2013
 
It's Not a Wash Joe Caspermeyer
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: March 2017
"The widespread use of antimicrobial compounds offers no measurable benefit for the average consumer, yet creates a legacy of pollution that can be traced back for half a century in the sediments of our drinking water resources."
 
Plenty to Beef About John J. Berger
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: September 2016
"Aided and abetted by a short-sighted Feredal farm policy, Big Ag treats cows barbarously, even as it ruins some of the best soil on the planet, destroys irreplacable aquifers, fills the air with warming gases, …"
 
Puffins' Winter Journey Into Spring
News View Category: Eye on Ecology Published: April 2016
 
Sage-Grouse Avoids "Endangered" Status
News View Category: Eye on Ecology Published: December 2015
 
Septic Systems Require Regular Maintenance
News View Category: Eye on Ecology Published: August 2017
 
The Heat Is On Peter L. Ward
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: March 2017
"Climate models…overestimate the role of greenhouse gases and underestimate the role of ozone depletion."
 
Thirsty Grass Elizaveta Litvak , Diane Pataki
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: July 2017
"Do you know how much water you use to irrigate your lawn?"
 
Wonderful Wetlands Blaine Friedlander
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: July 2017
"The Hudson River supports about 7,000 acres of tidal wetlands. The models project that, within the next 100 years, wetlands will increase approximately 8,100 to 10,900 acres."