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October 9, 2016
by Guest Post

Questions for Jim Russell: Declining fishery production in critical African lake pinned to climate change

Warming water over the past 150 years is causing declining fish stocks in Lake Tanganyika, a large freshwater lake that supplies food for millions of Africans. PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — A new study finds that a decrease in fishery … Continue reading

June 6, 2014
by BlogArena

‘Life as Research Scientist’: Shelley Rogers, Entomologist

Shelley Rogers is an entomologist and farmer, living in Cedar Grove, North Carolina. She studied pollination, specifically blueberry pollination. Shelley is deeply passionate about biodiversity. Recently we spoke with Shelley about her research, current occupation and more. So let’s join … Continue reading