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How do songbirds migrate through Ohio? And how can understanding this movement help us better protect their habitat? School of Environment and Natural Resources master's student Zoe Korpi tracks white-throated sparrows as they migrate toward Lake Erie in the latest KX Science Happens Here.
Controlling asian carp is the focus of the latest Knowledge Exchange (KX) Science Happens Here video with Kevin Fisher, a PhD student in the School of Environment and Natural Resources. In the video Kevin describes research conducted in the aquaculture lab, which seeks to answer how can we reduce invasive fish populations in Ohio's freshwater ecosystems?
Watch the KX Science Happens Here: Tracing antibiotics in the food web
What happens when antibiotics get into waterways? Concerned about the impact on people, master's student, Audrey Laiveling, works with river critters and analyzes water samples to study how antibiotic resistance moves through food webs at the Olentangy Wetland Research Park.
This video is part of a series by the CFAES Knowledge Exchange (KX) at The Ohio State University.
In All You Can, Where You Can learn how the Monarch Butterfly can serve as an organizing species for natural resource conservation through awareness raising and positive feedback loops and specific ways to engage in the conservation and protection of pollinator habitat.
This talk, recorded by TEDxOhioStateUniversitySalon, features Gabe Karns, PhD, visiting assistant professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University. Resources and was presented as part of the 2021Take Flight! Signature Earth Day celebration hosted by the Environmental Professionals Network and the School of Environment and Natural Resources.
The climate is changing, and it is impacting forests in many ways. The magnitude of continued accelerated change requires adaptation strategies aimed towards maintaining healthy and productive forests. As forests are placed under additional stress it is also critical that we consider how wildlife may respond to a shifting climate and important forest habitats that they depend on. Join Steve Matthews, wildlife professor and ecologist with OSU's School of Environment and Natural Resources as he guides us through climate change impacts. This program was presented as part of the Ohio Woodland Stewards Program. To learn more about their educational programs, visit their website at https://woodlandstewards.osu.edu/home
It's syrup season! Join OSU Extension's Les Ober and the School of Environment and Natural Resources' Gabe Karns and Kathy Smith to learn how tree sap becomes a tasty breakfast treat in this webinar. The presenters will walk you through how to collect sap from trees in your yard to trees in the woods, and turn it into a versatile sweet treat.
This webinar is part of the Ohio Woodland Stewards (OWS) Program series Escape to the Forest and was held on March 12, 2021.