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Cary Institute, November - Flooding, Moonlight Adventure, and Grizzlies

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      From: Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies <quillenl@...>
      Subject: Cary Institute, November - Flooding, Moonlight Adventure, and Grizzlies
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      Date: Sunday, November 6, 2011, 3:54 PM

      Cary Institute, November - Flooding, Moonlight Adventure, and Grizzlies

      Giving Thanks

      November, 2011

      Flooding, moonlight adventure, and grizzlies

      Interested in learning how Tropical Storm Irene influenced the Hudson Valley? Read an article by Educator Jen Rubbo and Environmental Program Manager Vicky Kelly. Or attend a science lecture being given by Cary aquatic ecologist Stuart Findlay on November 17th at 11AM. Looking to explore the outdoors? Join us for our November 12th moonlight walk. Wondering how grizzlies and wolves are faring in the face of climate change, habitat loss, and shifting politics? Don't miss our next public lecture by Mike Clark, Director of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, at 7PM on November 18th. More ways to engage follow.

      Full Moon Ecology Walk

      ecology program
      Sat., November 12th
      6:30 p.m.

      During a moonlit walk on our internal roads, guests will be treated to the sights and sounds of nature at dusk. Led by Cary Institute educators. All ages are welcome to participate.

      Reservations required.

      RSVP online >>

      Yellowstone Wildlife:
      Charting New Paths Forward

      public lecture
      Fri., November 18th
      7:00 p.m.

      Mike Clark, Executive Director of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, will talk about the social and environmental obstacles confronting some of Yellowstone’s most iconic wildlife.

      more ...

      Ecofocus: Flood mitigation requires care

      In the wake of Hurricane Irene and recent flooding, freshwater ecologist David Strayer comments on flood-control projects and the questions we should be asking before undertaking them.

      read article

      Ecofocus: Summer storms offer perfect weather for mosquito breeding

      Community ecologist Shannon LaDeau explains why we had a surge in mosquito activity and how it relates to infectious disease risk.  

      read article

      Lyme research subject of museum video

      Watch an American Museum of Natural History documentary short, "Learning from Lyme,"  featuring disease ecologist Rick Ostfeld and members of his research team.

      view video >>

      Climate forum redux

      Did you miss our October Science and Management Forum on Climate Change in the Hudson Valley?

      Presentations and resources have been posted online.

      resources >>

      Cary scientist chairs international conference

      More than 100 scientists from 24 countries met to discuss how to keep lakes healthy at GLEON 13, which was chaired this year by biogeochemist Kathleen Weathers.

      more...

      Future generations need our research

      We're pursuing the science needed to help solve humanity's greatest environmental challenges.

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