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Department News

The latest news and updates for the faculty, staff and students of Applied Ecology.

How Winter Temps Can Affect Your Spring Fishing

NC State Applied Ecology alumnus Tim Ellis, in collaboration with Joseph Hightower and Jeff Buckel of NC State Applied Ecology, explain the role a cold winter might have on your spring fishing. NC State News highlights their research, and the importance of their findings on recreational and commercial fishing in North Carolina.

January 16th, 2018|Categories: Feature, News|

Climate Lightning Talks: Apocalypse Now? How Extreme Weather is Affecting the Southeast and the Globe

The USGS SE Climate Science Center (SE CSC) & NC State University will be hosting the first ever "Climate Lightning Talks". Come listen to faculty, post-doctoral researchers, and graduate students give short lightning presentations of original work related to the topic of extreme weather in the context of a changing climate.

October 17th, 2017|Categories: Feature, News|

Bombs and Butterflies

Why has the U.S. Military made an effort to join forces with conservation researchers? NPR reports on this unlikely partnership and features Nick Haddad's ongoing research on St. Francis' satyr, the little rare butterfly that can only be found on Fort Bragg.

January 13th, 2017|Categories: Feature, News|

Dunn Lab Artist-in-Residence Featured at Hunt Library

Artist Miella Green's emerging series A Thousand Galaxies is now on exhibit at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library. Selected works from her this series, made while serving as Artist-in-Residence in NC State’s Rob Dunn Lab, will be on display on the Hunt Library Commons Wall from August 29 to September 4.

August 30th, 2016|Categories: Feature, News|