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For Trout Fishermen, Climate Change Will Mean More Driving Time, Less Angling
August 20, 2015A study by Penn State's fisheries researchers clearly explains the impact of projected warming waters on wild brook trout in the eastern U.S. for fishermen.
Assistant Professor, Hydrology - position open, apply now
August 6, 2015
Eastern Poultry Producers Brace for Avian Flu this Fall as Waterfowl Migrate
July 23, 2015"This strain of avian flu, H5N2 -- which has yet to be seen along the Eastern Flyway – usually doesn't make waterfowl sick, in fact many don't show any symptoms, and it doesn't affect people or other mammals," said Margaret Brittingham, professor of wildlife resources in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.
'This is Penn State' Looks at the Lumberjacks/Jills Who Are a Cut Above the Rest
July 6, 2015For the lumberjacks and lumberjills of the Penn State Woodsmen Club, splinters and calluses are routine. But there's nothing routine about their sport.
Project to Reduce Risk of Harmful Algal Blooms in Ponds and Lakes
June 26, 2015A new project to help identify and remediate harmful algal blooms could make Pennsylvania ponds and lakes safer for people and animals.
Individuals present "What I did this summer" by ESM Department Members
When: September 4, 2015Where: 107 Forest Resources Building
Seminar: Building a vision for the Goddard Chair Position by Cal Dubrock
When: September 11, 2015Where: 107 Forest Resources Building
Shaver's Creek + ESM = Added Student Engagement Value Over the Mountain and Across Campus by Mark McLaughlin (Director, Shaver's Creek Environmental Center)
When: September 18, 2015Where: 107 Forest Resources Building