Life

September 25, 2021

Published on NASW.org:

Secrets in the water: How environmental DNA is expanding possibilities in wildlife conservation
By Sierra Cistone, mentored and edited by Shel Evergreen.

Deadly white nose syndrome strikes Wyoming bats
By Alexandra DeMarco, mentored and edited by Ashley Yeager.

During life in lockdown, even rat moms need a break
By Caitlyn Finton, mentored and edited by Lesley Evans Ogden.

These birds’ nests aren’t just for the birds
By Kiran Gurung, mentored and edited by Jyoti Madhusoodanan.

Jumping worms wreak havoc on forest floors: University of Minnesota researchers explore management options
By Megan Reich, mentored and edited by Monique Brouillette.

Published elsewhere:

Sneaky Deep-Sea Camera Captures Footage of Elusive Giant Squid
By Rena Kingery, mentored by Julia Rosen.
Discover

Famine Weed Becomes More Toxic, Invasive in Carbon-Rich Atmosphere
By Fionna Samuels, mentored by Gilead Amit.
Eos

Invasive crayfish are dying in the Midwest. Could a fungus be the cause?
By Jack Tamisiea, mentored by Michael Price.
National Geographic

 

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