Natural Resources News - Climate Change, Citizen Science and Conservation
February Newsletter: Climate Change, Citizen Science and Conservation
February 10, 2017
Budgeting for Climate Change
Dr. Erin Seekamp, Associate Professor in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management and a Tourism Extension Specialist, is helping cultural resource managers rank historical sites and prioritize them for climate change adaptations.
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Dr. Richard Venditti, professor in the Department of Forest Biomaterials, introduces an Andritz Automation simulation lab allowing Paper Science and Engineering students to gain hands-on experience controlling a pulp and paper mill.
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Citizen Scientists Deploy Wildlife Cameras to Assess Animal Behaviors
Dr. Roland Kays, Research Associate Professor and Director of the Biodiversity and Earth Observation Lab, NC Museum of Natural Sciences, discusses the largest camera trap animal survey ever attempted with citizen scientists.
Watch video of Dr. Roland Kays »
Become a citizen scientist
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Caren Cooper's book "Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery," is reviewed by the Washington Post.
Read more about Caren Cooper's book »
Nielsen Explores Eight Conservationists
In his new book, Dr. Larry A. Nielsen pens eight riveting biographies of great conservationists. His engaging narratives take a deeper look beyond the most notable accomplishments to bring each person to life.
Read more about Dr. Larry Nielsen's book »
January Social Round-Up
Check out how we rang in the new year at the College of Natural Resources.
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Upcoming Events - The Nile Project
The College of Natural Resources and NC State LIVE invite you to a seminar with Dr. Dale Whittington, Professor of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at UNC-Chapel Hill, about The Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam and the Road to Cooperation on the Nile River.
Learn more about The Nile Project »
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