Located at the intersection of several types of habitat, New York’s secluded Shingle Shanty Preserve and Research Station enjoys rich biodiversity, especially in its bird life.
Saving ducks is just the beginning of the extensive conservation efforts of Ducks Unlimited, an organization actively saving and restoring wetlands in large regions of the U.S.
A lake data buoy recently launched on Lake Champlain by State University of New York scientists is aiding research, education and weather forecasting.
Scientists at State University of New York monitor Sodus Bay water quality off Lake Ontario to better predict algal blooms.
It’s Earth Day! On this global day of appreciation for our planet and all the things that it gives us, we thought it’d be nice to put together a short round-up of the activities taking place to...
Chemists at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) are taking a leading role in protecting the water quality of New York’s lakes, according to a release. As proof of that,...
Researchers at Buffalo State use benthic maps, PONAR grab samplers and side-scan sonar to study rebounding populations of the lower Niagara’s sturgeon
Scientists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry will join with members of the public for a bioblitz at Onondaga Lake, according to a release from the school. Along with documenting biodiversity in and around...
A data buoy tracks water quality on a SUNY New Paltz pond known as 'The Gunk' to see if green infrastructure can bring improvements.
An intensive monitoring effort around man-made cross vanes and J-hooks found the in-stream structures effective.