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Environmental Film Series Starts Oct. 20
College of Law, and Jeff Reutter, special adviser to Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab, both at Ohio State. ...
Soil scientists gather in Phoenix to share scientific research
mycorrhizal fungi that connect from the roots of the shrubs to millet, helping the crop grow. Bright lived in ...
USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station- Paid Opportunities
maintain experimental plantings of American elm for research on tolerance to Dutch elm disease. Experience ...
Starting in 2016, please visit the STRIVE lab website for updates. Welcome to David Manning, who ...
OSU Climate Change Webinar
provide communities with lake level scenarios and assist with planning decisions, such as updating zoning ...
SENR Students Step Up to Make Ohio State More Bike Friendly
to update biking route recommendations in the future, allowing students to learn data analysis while ...
Former ENR Masters Student is New Executive Director of MORPC
redevelopment, which is critical as MORPC continues to grow and adapt to the changing needs of the region. His ...
Can We Stop Amphibian Apocalypse? April 9 Talk at Ohio State
of Environment and Natural Resources. The network is a service of the school, in turn part of the ...
Associations between Riffles and Aquatic Biota following Lowhead Dam Removal: Implications for River Fish Conservation
Implications for River Fish Conservation. Dam removal is a growing and widespread restoration approach. Stream ...
Thousand Canker Disease Training
A Thousand Canker Disease (TCD) Training will be held in the Butler County Extension Office, 1802 ...