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  • Changing Climate, Changing Minds Seminar - April 8-9, 2016

    Terry Tempest Williams, Jim McCarthy, David Loy and Sally Bingham.  How do we face difficult truths about climate change without retreat to denial or despair?  How do we align local interests with the global necessity to address climate change?  How do we act in urgency without compromising wisdo

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  • ENVS 3, Sustainability, and the Dartmouth Organic Farm

    By Abbey Cahill '18.  Environmental Studies 3,  “Environment and Society: Towards Sustainability,” was my first class at Dartmouth. My daily walk to class was the only time which I’d ever happily walk from my dreaded River cluster dorm all the way to the Life Sciences Center.

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  • Greg Poulin GR on US Icebreakers in the Arctic

    America Must Build More Icebreakers or We’ll Lose the Battle for the Arctic. The United States remains dangerously unprepared for the profound changes and opportunities coming to the Arctic. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the pitiful state of its icebreaker fleet.

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  • Climate Change Heads to the Classroom

    While Google’s street view cameras might be able to show images of what climate change looks like, Dartmouth graduate students affiliated with the Dickey Center’s interdisciplinary environmental initiative are taking on the challenge of bringing the science of climate change into the classroom.

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  • Andy Friedland Named AAAS Fellow

    Two Dartmouth faculty members have been selected as 2015 Fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and the publisher of the journal Science.  Professors Ian Baker and Andrew Friedland are among the 347 new Fellows rec

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Recent Publications

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  • Mineral soil carbon pool responses to forest clearing in Northeastern hardwood forests

    Chelsea L. Petrenko, Andrew J. Friedland

    Global Change Biology-Bioenergy, DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12221 (2015)

  • Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) show high digestibility of lipid and fatty acids from marine Schizochytrium sp. and of prot

    Pallab Sarker, M.M. Gamble, S. Kelson, Anne R. Kapuscinski

    Aquaculture Nutrition: 11pp. DOI 10.1111/anu.12230 (2015)

  • The Action Cycle/Structural Context Framework: A Fisheries Application

    D.G. Webster

    Ecology and Society 20(1): 33 (2015)

  • Concrete Revolution: The Bureau of Reclamation, Cold War Geopolitics and Large Dams

    Christopher S. Sneddon

    University of Chicago Press. (2015)