Graduate Student, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, UVM
ReporterHow Citizen Science Programs Can Better Impact Natural Resource Management and Policy
Volunteer water monitoring program traits can significantly impact natural resource management and policy.
ReporterVermont residents’ intentions to adopt green infrastructure
A recent study looked at key factors that influence residential intention to adopt specific GSI practices and barriers to this adoption.
ReporterGenetic data suggests a successful marten reintroduction in southern Vermont
Researchers examined genetic structure of martens and found that a previous reintroduction attempt was successful.
ReporterClimate change impacts on snowmobiling in Vermont
A survey suggests snowmobiling is already declining in Vermont and that climate change impacts could increase declines.
ReporterMonitoring Least Bitterns in Vermont for better conservation
Researchers assessed factors impacting Least Bittern occupancy and detection, providing an extensive baseline assessment of Least Bittern distribution
ReporterModeling climate change impacts on a Vermont watershed
A recent study used models on a Vermont watershed to assess the impacts of local temperature and precipitation trends on discharge and sediment loads.
ReporterClimate change impacts on sugar maple health
Potential impacts of climate change on sugar maple, and difficulties that could arise for management of this key Vermont tree species.
ReporterAmerican marten recovery in the northeast
Researchers surveyed experts on the occupancy of American marten to estimate distribution and connectivity in the northeast to aid in marten recovery.
ReporterHow interventions to Vermont's floodplains can reduce flooding and improve water quality
Vermont's stream-floodplains offer many natural ecosystem services.
ReporterBreaking Down Barriers to Biodiversity Conservation
Stakeholders involved in biodiversity and conservation work came together to identify unified conservation strategies for Vermont.
ReporterBioretention cells: A greener way to manage stormwater pollution
A study of nutrient removal in roadside bioretention cells in Burlington, VT showed that they are a successful way to manage stormwater.
ReporterProtecting New England lands: An update on the Wildlands and Woodlands vision
The Wildlands and Woodlands vision was developed to protect the natural and cultural importance of these lands in the New England region.
ReporterHow green are conservationists: Comparing environmental footprints
Researchers tested whether conservationists are “practicing what they preach” by regularly incorporating pro-environmental actions into their lives.