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Hey everyone! With spring upon us, I’m looking forward to more time spent outdoors and fewer trees falling in my yard. (Really, it’s been a bad late winter for downed trees out here.) Spring, of course, also means opening up the Biological Station Library, and I’ll be packing in the coming weeks to ferry new……
Hi all! It’s been a little while since my last posting, but I hope to make this a regular thing again in the coming months. To celebrate my return with a bang, it’s my pleasure to unveil the results of a project that I’ve been working on for some time with my Library colleagues, Lara……
By Katrina Munsterman Earlier this month, I led a 4-day field course for Bahamian high school students to learn how to ask scientific questions, design an experiment, collect field data, and analyze and present their findings. The course was held at Friends of the Environment Research Center in Marsh Harbour, Abaco in The Bahamas. Each……
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A collection of research experiences and thoughts from graduate students, faculty, research staff and alumni of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Michigan.