The Chesapeake Watershed (CHWA) Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit (CESU) recently launched a Twitter account: @CesuChwa. Unit staff will tweet links to Requests for Statements of Interest (RSOIs), updates on CESU research projects, and CESU-related news from our partners. With the new Twitter account, the CHWA CESU joins other CESUs in the CESU National Network that use […]
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Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY) recently announced their membership in the Chesapeake Watershed CESU. To read more, please visit the original article here.
Originally Published by and Reposted from Herald-Mail Media By: Valerie Bonk SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Sharing the stories of those who no longer can is the goal for three professors starting work on a new project at Shepherd University that brings the narratives of those enslaved to life through a partnership with the National Park Service […]
Morgan State University is now a member of the Chesapeake Watershed Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CW CESU), a research network consisting of nine federal agencies and 40 non-federal institutions offering leadership in watershed science, particularly as it relates to the Chesapeake Bay. Dr. Scott Knoche, director of Morgan’s Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Laboratory (PEARL), will serve as the University’s […]
National Park Service and University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science CESU Project, History of Parks in Science, Presented at Recent Symposium
The National Park System protects places that have played important roles in the history of various scientific disciplines. Examples include the sand dunes of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, where the first evidence for ecological succession was recorded; Yellowstone National Park, where a hot-spring bacterium was discovered to contain an enzyme that enables modern DNA sequencing […]
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer in the Parks program, the National Park Service–National Capital Region recently engaged George Mason University’s Folklore Studies Program to locate, document, and preserve the stories of past program participants. To read the full story, please visit https://www2.gmu.edu/inclusive-and-accessible/field-school-preserves-voices-1968-parks-program).
A recording of a recent CESU Network presentation by Jen Lechuga, ONMS Environmental Compliance Coordinator and NOAA CESU Program Manager; Bill Thompson, North Atlantic Coast CESU Research Coordinator; and Danny Filer, Chesapeake Watershed CESU Research Coordinator, is now available online at http://library.noaa.gov/About/News/Brown-Bag-Seminars. This presentation was part of the NOAA Central Library Brown Bag Seminar Series.
The National Park Service, National Capital Region Inventory and Monitoring Network, recently released the Winter 2017 edition of the Natural Resource Quarterly Newsletter. The newsletter can be access at the following link: https://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/ncrn/quarterly.pdf
National Park Contributions to the History of Science Graduate Student Symposium Friday, Dec. 8, 2017, 12:00 – 2:00 EST John Muir Room, Dept of the Interior Building Off-site? Register for the webinar: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7837708496459946241 What do the hot springs of Yellowstone, the plant communities of Indiana Dunes, and the Pleistocene fossils of Tule Springs have in […]
Are We There Yet? Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions Symposium Call for Presentations, Papers and Posters
April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma The symposium will bring together architects, engineers, landscape architects, site managers, conservators, facility managers, and other cultural resource professionals to discuss issues related to the preservation of roadside features, such as:The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) will host a three-day symposium on the preservation of roadside architecture […]