Grant funding from DoD begins in study of species responses to climate change. June 2015
Dov Sax begins 2-year term as President-Elect of the International Biogeography Society. January 2015
The New York Times features work from the Sax Lab. October 2014, Link
John Zinda (postdoc in the Sax Lab) receives 3 years of independent funding from NSF! spring 2014
Regan Early (former postdoc in the Sax Lab) begins her faculty position at the University of Exeter! January 2014
The Research Highlights section of Nature features work from the Sax Lab. October 2011, Link
Matt Heard completed his PhD, September 2011. Congrats Matt! See more about his work at this site: Link
News coverage on BBC website of climate paths paper by Regan early and Dov Sax.
Nature 'Journal Club' posting by Dov Sax on impacts of speed of climate change for conservation management.
News coverage in Nature on managed relocation of commercial trees in British Columbia.
National Science Foundation: Racing the Clock: Rapid Climate Change Forces Scientists to Evaluate Extreme Conservation Strategies.
May 25, 2009
Yale Enviroment 360: As Climate Warms, Species May Need to Migrate or Perish by Carl Zimmer.
April 20, 2009
Stanford University Report: Wood Institute Names 19 Leopold Leadership Fellows
Boston Globe: Driving Mr. Lynx by Chris Berdik.
October 12, 2008
Friendly Invaders – New York Times By Carl Zimmer
September 8, 2008
Deporting Plants and Animals to Protect Them from Climate Change – Scientific American by David Biello
July 17, 2008
Conservation Magazine: Aliens Among Us. A round table with James H. Brown and Dov F. Sax, Daniel Simberloff, and Mark Sagoff . April-June 2007 (Vol. 8, No. 2)
Eco-Defense against Invasions by Virginia Gewin in PLOS Biology