A student and professor have been collaborating on a survey of the most important trees on the verdant campus of William & Mary.
Professor Emmett Duffy of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary, is one of 17 prominent ecologists calling for renewed international efforts to curb the loss of biological diversity, which is compromising nature's ability to provide goods and services essential for human well-being.
The projects reflect a strong interest in recycling and other energy-efficient initiatives.
The group includes the first graduate or professional student to receive a COS Summer Research Grant.
An international team of researchers including professor Emmett Duffy of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary, has published a comprehensive new analysis showing that loss of plant biodiversity disrupts the fundamental services that ecosystems provide to humanity.
The bald eagle breeding population along the James River has set a new record, with 165 breeding pairs of the birds documented in early March.
As anyone who has ever participated in a remodeling project can attest, replacing and updating utilities is never an easy prospect.
Jes Therkelsen has a B.A. in geology and an M.F.A. in documentary filmmaking, a combination that makes him ideal for an unusual position.
The College's Committee on Sustainability (COS) has announced the projects funded for fall 2010 from the student green fee.
A VIMS study of 400-year-old oyster shells from the Jamestown settlement confirms that a harsh drought plagued the early years of the colony and made the James River much saltier than today.
Rusty blackbirds are threatened across their range--except on the William & Mary campus.
CrimD is a bacteriophage, possibly the only newly discovered form of life to be found at a college landmark. Its unusual properties have made it a kind of Oscar nominee in bacteriological circles.
GIS data-stitching opens new research horizons.
East Coast loggerheads proposed for endangered species list.
Your first fuel cell-powered car just moved a little closer.
It's a multimedia, interdisciplinary look at one of the world's most toxic substances.
Hope, a whimbrel fitted with a transmitter last year, has returned to the Eastern Shore. She's the first whimbrel the Center for Conservation Biology has tracked on the migratory "full circle."
Nearly 100 faculty-mentored undergraduate research projects in the sciences were presented at the 16th Annual Undergraduate Research Science Symposium.
From its base in the power center of Washington, D.C., the Global Environmental Governance Project engages the tough problems surrounding international environmental institutions and laws.
Students and faculty members from William & Mary were featured during global event in China.
William & Mary's interdisciplinary environmental program is expanding, thanks to a new post-doctoral fellowship program.