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Browsing SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry by Author "SUNY-ESF"

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  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communications of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2007)
    The Fall 2007 issue includes articles that focus on Dr. James Gibbs' career path development, the new look to the college's "living room", the common grounds among different students, the benefits for the college's development ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communications of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2008)
    The Spring 2008 issue provides information about Michael Kelleher, the new ESF expert on renewable energy resources, the many different perceptions of the word "green", ESF's efforts to restore a destroyed ecosystem, and ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communications of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2007)
    The Spring 2007 issue includes articles concerning the college's Alumni Lounge events, the new center for Native Peoples and the Environment, the continued quest for sustainability in Solvay, the future of Dr. Justus ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communications of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2006)
    The Fall 2006 issue discusses the Feinstone Award winners in New York high schools, a scientific analysis of a few catchy songs, an artist kept in business by ESF students, an ESF alum's response to Hurricane Katrina from ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communications of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2008)
    The Fall 2008 issue provides information about the experience of an ESF graduate as they help the poor, the possible new efforts to clean up contaminated soil, the faculty that are challenging the actuality of Hollywood, ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communicaitons of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1998)
    The Spring 1998 issue includes a Campus Update and articles regarding gardening at ESF, an inside look at why people garden, and a Campus Profile on Ron Giegerich.
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communicaitons of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1997)
    The Winter 1997 issue includes a Campus Update and articles regarding a Forestry class's discovery of life on the Potomac, the development of the new Water Resources Management discipline, and a Campus Profile on Jamie Savage.
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communicaitons of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1997)
    The Summer-Fall 1997 issue includes a Campus Update and articles regarding the 1997 Commencement Ceremony with 400 newly graduated students, ESF's new connections to helping local native peoples, and a Campus Profile on ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communicaitons of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1998)
    The Summer 1998 issue includes a Campus Update, as well as articles regarding ESF's efforts to enhance science education in local high schools, the helpful effects of the Ellis International Library, and a Campus Profile ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Office of Communicaitons of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1998)
    The Fall-Winter 1998-99 issue includes information regarding the damage on campus due to a recent storm, the effects of change, ESF's efforts to save the American Chestnut, and a Campus Profile on the Derecho.
  • SUNY-ESF (The Adirondack Ecological Center, 2001)
    The Spruce Moose for the fall and winter of 2001 begins with the story of Alice, the moose. This story follows her path from the beginning all the way to the end, and describes the hardships that she had to overcome. ...
  • SUNY-ESF (The Adirondack Ecological Center, 2001)
    In this issue of the Spruce Moose we take a look at the record use at AEC in 2000. While we always seem busy here, last year we were able to say that we were twice as busy as just three years before. User days at the AEC ...
  • SUNY-ESF (The Adirondack Ecological Center, 2002)
    In this issue of the Spruce Moose, take a trip back in time with Dick Sage Jr. Read about his first experiences, adventures and struggles that he experienced at the Huntington Wildlife Forest. Continue to read about the ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Adirondack Ecological Center, 2003)
    In this issue of the Spruce Moose, read about how the Adirondack Ecological Center encourages the use of the science we are learning to make a difference in our own environments. Dr. William Powell, the director of the ...
  • SUNY-ESF (The Adirondack Ecological Center, 2002)
    In this issue, we mourn the loss of a Richard W. Sage Jr, a beloved part of the Huntington Wildlife Forest since 1968. Dick, 58, had been affiliated with the AEC since 1968, serving as a forester and wildlife technician ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Adirondack Ecological Center, 2004)
    In this issue of the Spruce Moose, you first can take a look at the outlook of the Adirondack state park according to the Adirondack Ecological Center’s director, Dr. William Powell. You read about the ongoing research of ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Adirondack Ecological Center, 2003)
    Take a look at the new initiatives and understanding of research and understand according to Dr. William Powell, the director of the Adirondack Ecological Center. Understand the opportunities and programs that the AEC ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Adirondack Ecological Center, 2007)
    Get a closer look at Paul Hai, an ESF graduate and the educational program coordinator of the AEC and the Roosevelt Wild Life Station, which works to increase conservation awareness across New York state.Quoted from the ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Adirondack Ecological Center, 2008)
    New at the AEC, a proposed 5.5 million dollar investment into the carriage house at the Adirondack Ecological Center plans on making this a space for the physical plant as well as house classrooms specifically designed for ...
  • SUNY-ESF (Adirondack Ecological Center, 2008)
    ESF Grad students find link between global warming and bird habitat ranges. New York State has experienced general increase in temperature over the past 20 years that could have a major impact on the regions of bird ...

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