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  1. Graduate Exit Seminar- Clair Bullock

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/graduate-exit-seminar-clair-bullock

    Plan to join Clair Bullock's graduate exit seminar on January 3, 2024, at 1:00 pm in Kottman ... government. However despite this apparent commitment to EJ, research has shown over the decades after the ... race. This begs the question: are environmental justice policies actually working to create ...

  2. Research on fishes of greatest conservation need receives recognition

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/research-fishes-greatest-conservation-need-receives-recognition

    Brian Zimmerman, a senior research associate in the SENR and co-author of A Naturalist’s Guide to the ... research to reintroduce the Tippecanoe Darter (Nothonotus tippecanoe) in Ohio.  The Tippecanoe Darter is ... included translocation and surveys of the Tippecanoe Darter to different river systems in the state to aid ...

  3. Jeffrey Jacquet

    https://senr.osu.edu/our-people/jeffrey-jacquet

    Network ResearchGate profile Google Scholar profile Education 2012   Ph.D – Cornell University 2005   M.A. ... chapters! 42 Contributors! Nearly 4 years (!) in the making! From theory to application, engineering to ... Press of Colorado: Louisville, CO. Jacquet, J., Pathak,  R.  Haggerty, J.H.,  Theodori, G.L.,  Kroepsch, ...

  4. New website focused on biting pests launches

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    natural resources (ANR), Ohio State University Extension at the Symposium. Visitors to the Bite Site can ... Bite Site today   and bookmark it for later.   Lead image shows Dr. Pesapane presenting at the 2023 ... A new website — the Bite Site launches at the second Ohio Regional Tick Symposium on October 12, ...

  5. Douglas Jackson-Smith

    https://senr.osu.edu/our-people/douglas-jackson-smith

    Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology at Utah State University. Prior to that, I served as Co-Director of ... the 1980s, and have raised sheep, chickens and livestock guard dogs since the early 1990s. I moved to ... There is a growing group of SENR faculty, graduate students, and post-docs based at the OARDC working on ...

  6. Jim Ippolito

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    Harmel, R.D., P.J.A. Kleinman, A. Hopkins, P. Millhouser, J.A. Ippolito, and D. Sahoo. 2022. Updates to ... hydraulic properties as indicators of soil health: Measurement response to management and site ... research team ultimately focuses efforts related to food biofortification, food security for a growing ...

  7. Richard P. Dick

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    quality indicators are needed for: land managers to guide sustainable ecosystem management; public and ... Council. Emerging Technologies to Benefit Farmers in Sub-Saharan, Africa and South Asia for Bill and ... My lab is doing in-depth studies using stable isotopic probing techniques for tracking 13C into PLFA ...

  8. SENR Announcements, November 9

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    Instagram page here.**If you haven't registered for the Nov. 14 breakfast, now is a good time to do so- ... Copy:  Opportunities The Sustainability Institute at Ohio State is pleased to announce a request for ... proposals for the FY2024 Sustainability Research Seed Grant Program to build capacity in sustainability and ...

  9. Eve Kaufman

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    Columbus, OH 43210 Eve Kaufman is an Academic Program Specialist for the School of Environment and Natural ... Resources at The Ohio State University. Prior to her current role, Eve worked as a biological field station ...

  10. An exotic tick that can kill cattle is spreading across Ohio

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/exotic-tick-can-kill-cattle-spreading-across-ohio

    tick can email  ticks@osu.edu  for instructions on how to collect the specimen and send it to Ohio ... research focused on  monitoring and managing these pests. So far, these ticks are not deemed to be a threat ... to human health. They tend to favor large livestock and wildlife, such as cattle and deer. Just ...

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