The Spruce Moose; A Publication of the Adirondack Ecological Center
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 AEC, recalls a speech from Dick Sage on how to properly execute this knowledge in the Adirondacks. Also, read about how researchers investigate the biological integrity of the Adirondacks. This then requires them to take a look at the communities and species that inhabit the Huntington Wildlife Forest. Also, read about the graduate research that is being done at the AEC, and do not forget to take a look at the recent publications.
The Spruce Moose Spring/Summer 2003