Associate Professor Elizabeth Olson first learned about “young carers” while conducting a large research project about youth religiosity in the United Kingdom. She found herself working with a group of young women under the age of 18 who had caregiving … Continued
Dr. Riveros-Iregui delivered a lecture in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Reyes, W. M., H. E. Epstein, X. Li, B. L. McGlynn, D. A. Riveros-Iregui & R. E. Emanuel (2017) Complex terrain influences ecosystem carbon responses to temperature and precipitation. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 31, 1306-1317.
Zhang, Q., C. Song & X. Chen (2018) Effects of China’s payment for ecosystem services programs on cropland abandonment: A case study in Tiantangzhai Township, Anhui, China. Land Use Policy, 73, 239-248.
Dannenberg, M. P., E. K. Wise, M. Janko, T. Hwang & W. K. Smith (2018) Atmospheric teleconnection influence on North American land surface phenology. Environmental Research Letters..13 034029
Dr. Mike Emch won a huge grant, “Impacts of Environment, Host Genetics and Antigen Diversity on Malaria Vaccine Efficacy,” funded by the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, National Institutes of Health (NIH),1R01-AI137410-01, $3,632,091, 2018-22. This is an NIH … Continued
Diego Riveros-Iregui delivered a lecture in the College of Biological Sciences at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. His presentation was titled: “The physical template of landscapes and the biophysical dimensions of water”
Walsh, S. J., Mena, Carlos F. 2018. Social and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands. Springer. ISSN 2195-1055 The Galapagos Islands are a “living laboratory” for the study of evolution, environmental change, and conflicts between nature and society. Free of human predators … Continued
Dannenberg, M. P. & E. K. Wise (2017) Shifting Pacific storm tracks as stressors to ecosystems of western North America. Global change biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13748
Dr. Arce Nazario reveals that Puerto Rico’s oral history is even more important after hurricane. http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2018/01/environmental-justice-0125