Nemet Paper Chosen One of ERL's 10 Best
Nemet et al (2010). “Implications of incorporating air-quality co-benefits into climate change policymaking” named 1 of 10 Milestone Papers in Environmental Research Letters First Decade.
Gibbs Paper Chosen One of ERL's 10 Best
Gibbs et al (2008) "Carbon payback times for crop-based biofuel expansion in the tropics: the effects of changing yield and technology" named 1 of 10 Milestone Papers in Environmental Research Letters First Decade.
Let Them Eat Bugs! Sustainable Food of the Future?
Valerie Stull and Rachel Bergmans investigate the potential for edible insects such as mealworms to provide a sustainable year-round protein source for food insecure populations.
Kucharik Lab Project Featured in WPT Documentary
Yahara 2070 is a research project that asks what might the Yahara Watershed surrounding Madison look like in the year 2070.
December 07, 2016
Tyler Lark, PhD candidate, Quoted in Washington Post Article
Tyler Lark, PhD candidate in SAGE, had some great quotes in the Washington Post on the impacts of recent grassland conversion.
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December 06, 2016
M.S. Student Olivia Sanderfoot to Give Brownbag Talk
12/9/16, Noon, Room 15 Science Hall. "A bird's eye view of air pollution: How avian life may be impacted by common ground-level pollutants." Advisor: Dr. Tracey Holloway
2016 · Environmental Science & Policy
The Social and Spatial Distribution of Temperature-related Health Impacts from Urban Heat Island Reduction Policies
2016 · Sustainability
Improving Heat-Related Health Outcomes in an Urban Environment with Science-based Policy
2016 · Remote Sensing of Environment
How Universal Is the Relationship between Remotely Sensed Vegetation Indices and Crop Leaf Area Index? A Global Assessment