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Increase in red spruce growth tied to the Clean Air Act

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Global ecological challenges require large-scale scientific networks — reflections on ESA 100

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When the Science is Not Enough: Communicating the Consensus on Climate Change

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Microbiome Evolution, Molecular Recognition and Interaction Webs: the PLOS Comp Biol July Issue

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What Ecologists are (Most) Worried About Right Now: 5 Emerging Trends in Climate Change Ecology

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That Homeostat’s Got Rhythm!

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Rainforest Fungi Find Home in Sloth Hair

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Cutthroat Trout and Carnivorous Plants: Exploring Sagehen Creek Field Station

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Rare today, gone tomorrow?

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PLOS Research Predicts Climate Change “Winners and Losers”: Slide Show

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