New in Field Notes: Oak trees, zooplankton and environmental change

March 10, 2016

Discover how oak trees are keeping pace with climate change in Spain and how zooplankton can adapt to changing conditions in Connecticut’s coastal lakes in two new Field Notes.

by Agnes Walton, YIBS Science Communication Fellow (agnes.walton@yale.edu)

Get the scoop on measuring Spanish cork oaks’ response to climate change in A Quercus Story, with YIBS grantee Kyra Prats. (Published March 8, 2016)

Learn about the busy microscopic world of coastal New England lakes in Zooming in on Zooplankton, with YIBS grantee Larry J. Bowman. (Published March 7, 2016)

 

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