Congratulations to EEB grad student, Emily Heyne on successfully defending her thesis on December, 4th, 2018!

“The threat of climate change in tropical montane forests: Epiphyte species face extinction as mountains become warmer and drier.”

 

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Widespread disease outbreak in Galapagos fish due to extreme El Niño, says IBES author

A new skin disease seen in Galapagos fish is likely due to extreme El Niño events, write IBES graduate affiliate Robert Lamb and colleagues in a new paper. Click here to read the full article.

Postdoc Research Position Available in EEB!

EEB is currently recruiting for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to study elastic mechanism in muscle function, in the Roberts Lab! Apply @

Hyundai Motor Announces Open Innovation Partnership with Brown University to Enhance Future Mobility

Congratulations to EEB grad student, Alberto Bortoni and the Swartz Lab! Click here to read article.
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Autonomous helicopter examines tropical forest role in global carbon cycle

Each year, fossil fuel combustion and other industrial processes release billions of tons of carbon into the Earth’s atmosphere. About half of this carbon remains suspended there, while some is taken up by the oceans and temperate forests. But what happens to the rest?

To read article, click here.

Can the Galapagos marine ecosystem rebound from repeated bouts of El Niño stress?

New blog post on the Witman Lab's research with Galapagos Conservancy.

Click here to read the article in its entirety.

Science News: Why tropical forests are so ecologically diverse

James Kellner and colleagues are using high-res satellite imaging technology to answer an age-old question about why tropical forests are so ecologically diverse. To read article, click here.

Witman Lab featured on the cover of 41 North

Jon Witman was featured on the cover of 41 North, Rhode Island's coastal and ocean magazine this month. To read the article, click here.

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