PhD Student Uses Echolocation to Study Foraging Behaviors
Jeanne Shearer, a PhD candidate in the Duke University Program in Ecology, describes her innovative research on whale and dolphin echolocation and the opportunity the Nicholas School of the Environment and the Duke Marine Lab provided her to grow and explore as a scientist.
Sustainable Management of Duke's Campus Trees
PhD student Renata Poulton Kamakura has been working with Duke Landscape Services and undergraduate students in the Theory and Applications of Sustainability (ENV 245) course to determine how the more than 17,000 trees on the Duke University campus benefit sustainability—including their effect on carbon sequestration and stormwater mitigation.
August 10, 2023 | Oceans
June 14, 2023 | Ecology & Conservation, Oceans