Guest Post: Rural Communities in Thailand Conserve Vulnerable Fishes

CFL graduate student, Aaron Koning, spends a lot of time in Thailand, where he is studying fish conservation zones in rural communities to see if these efforts help protect fish biodiversity at a larger scale. His work caught the notice Read More …

Blog Redux: Can Rare Floods Bring the Colorado River Delta Back?

In a couple of weeks, your trusty blogger will be traipsing across the desert Southwest, helping lead a group of journalists on a “learning expedition” down the Colorado River. This Wednesday, Science on Tap-Minocqua will host a conversation about Aldo Read More …

Coming Soon: Science on Ice, Urban Foxes and Aldo Leopold’s Legacy

We’ve got a busy week ahead of sharing science to the wider world. Check out what’s on tap! Science on Ice at the Frozen Assets Festival – Saturday, February 3rd (11am to 3pm) Ever wonder what a limnologist does in Read More …

Learning from Our Mistakes: A Silver-Lining Spin on the Science of Invasive Species

by Jake Walsh There is a fortunate silver-lining to those of us prone to making mistakes – they can be a powerful teaching tool. At a minimum, our mistakes teach us things we shouldn’t be doing. In the best cases, Read More …