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NASA image by Robert Simmon, based on data from the Goddard Institute for Space Studies Apr 21, 2015
Global Warming More Moderate Than Worst-Case Models

NOTE to Editors: Patrick Brown is available for additional comment at (612) 723-1602 or...

Photo courtesy Scottee Cantrell Apr 16, 2015
Study on Water Resources Risks from Shale Gas Development Named One of ES&T’s Best Papers

DURHAM, N.C. – A Duke University-led study that provided the first...

Apr 13, 2015
In Oosting Lecture, John Terborgh Asks: Which Processes Have Most Effect on Species Diversity: Top-down or Bottom-up?

By Kati Moore (MEM ’16), Nicholas School Communications Student Assistant


Apr 13, 2015
“Good Things Await” Wins Nicholas School Environmental Award at Full Frame Film Festival

DURHAM, N.C. – “Good Things Await,” a Danish film about an octogenarian farmer’...

Apr 08, 2015
Biodiversity Days With E.O. Wilson To Be Held April 23-25

DURHAM, N.C. – Biologist E.O. Wilson, one of the century’s most influential and...

Apr 08, 2015
Disney Corporate Citizenship VP Beth Stevens to Speak at 2015 Graduation Recognition Ceremony

DURHAM, N.C. – Beth Stevens, senior vice president for corporate citizenship...

Photo Credit:  Scottee Cantrell Apr 07, 2015
Shifts in Electricity Generation Spur Net Job Growth, But Coal Jobs Decline

Note to Editors: Drew Haerer is available for additional comment at...

Photo Credit: Brian Silliman Apr 06, 2015
Northern Coastal Marshes More Vulnerable to Nutrient Pollution

NOTE TO EDITORS: Brian Silliman is available for additional comment at (252) 504-7635 or...

Oosting program (credit: Jeff Crawford) Mar 30, 2015
John Terborgh to Give Henry J. Oosting Memorial Lecture

by Kati Moore (MEM ‘ 16)? Nicholas School Communications Student Assistant


beach nourishment at Wrightsville Beach, N.C.  (Credit: Dylan McNamara, Complex Adaptive Systems Lab, UNCW)  Mar 25, 2015
Coastal Values Could Plummet if Beach Nourishment Subsidies End

NOTE TO EDITORS: Dylan McNamara is available for additional comment at (910) 962-2588 or...