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Fri, 10/23/2020 - 01:28pm - Some of the world’s most important feats of engineering come from natural formations. Sand dunes are engineered to prevent erosion. Floodplains along rivers give them space to ebb and flow while protecting communities from flooding—and also filter out pollution and provide wildlife habitat.
News, Research
Associated Personnel: Dr. C. Rhett Jackson, Dr. Nate Nibbelink
Wed, 10/21/2020 - 12:03pm - How you experience the outdoors goes beyond the present tense. Whether you’re swatting mosquitos in your backyard or hiking through a national park, our relationship with nature is rooted in access, lived experience, personal connections and history. It relates to race, policies, power and identity. And so much more.
News, Seminar
Mon, 10/19/2020 - 11:42am - A good day of fishing can mean different things to different people. It goes beyond what you catch (or don’t). A successful day out on a lake or river is also affected by factors such as whether you want to fish from the shore or a boat or what kind of fish are stocked. Any fishery can be one angler’s secret spot—and another’s last resort.
News, Research
Associated Personnel: Dr. Cecil Jennings