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Richardson Gives WETPOL Keynote


DUWC Director Curt Richardson was the opening plenary speaker for the WETPOL 2019 Symposium in Aarhus, Denmark. (MORE)


Four Duke Ph.D. students have received Wetland Center Research Grants in support of their wetland research. (MORE)

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The Carbon Farm Pilot Project is a joint effort by Carolina Ranch and DUWC to use enhanced land management and conservation practices for sequestering carbon in restored pocosin peatlands in Hyde County, NC. The project is part of Duke's endeavor  to achieve carbon neutrality by 2020.


 

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