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A cold snap in the Florida sub-tropics affected mangrove and other ecosystems. July 12, 2016
The unexpected: Cold snaps in the sub-tropics, drought in rainforests featured at upcoming ecology conference
Press Release
One Zika-carrying mosquito, Aedes albopictus, the Asian tiger mosquito, ranges farther north. May 11, 2016
National Science Foundation awards $1.7 million in rapid response grants to study Zika virus
Press Release
mongoose May 10, 2016
Tuberculosis in mongoose driven by social behaviors
News From the Field
dusty sunset fills the horizon in the Florida Keys May 9, 2016
UGA study finds Saharan dust affects marine bacteria, potential pathogen Vibrio
News From the Field
  March 9, 2016
Special Announcement
a cluster of greater horseshoe bats March 9, 2016
Bats in Asia found to have resistance to white-nose syndrome fungus
News From the Field
Scientists working with samples in a lab February 18, 2016
Seeking Zika: Where and when will Zika-carrying mosquitoes strike next?
Press Release
earth and environment graphic February 16, 2016
Disease, warming oceans rock lobster and sea star populations
News From the Field
An Aedes aegypti mosquito February 10, 2016
National Science Foundation issues call for Zika virus proposals
Press Release
image of black-tailed prairie dogs January 13, 2016
Plague-riddled prairie dogs a model for infectious disease spread
News From the Field
  November 16, 2015
Note Guidance on Data Management Plans
an eastern water bat November 2, 2015
Bat disease fungus found to be widespread in northeast China
News From the Field
a healthy sunflower star October 7, 2015
Student collaboration leads to first results describing sick sea star immune response
News From the Field
  September 18, 2015
FY 2014 Revision Notes
chickens July 27, 2015
Some vaccines support evolution of more-virulent viruses
News From the Field
two volunteers collect samples in the East Bay May 1, 2015
Citizen science helps predict spread of sudden oak death
News From the Field
biology graphic May 1, 2015
Citizen science helps predict risk of emerging infectious disease
News From the Field
a bat with white-nose syndrome April 8, 2015
Bacteria inhibit bat-killing fungus, could combat white-nose syndrome
News From the Field
an African buffalo January 8, 2015
Deworming programs in animal, human populations may have unwanted impacts
News From the Field
chimpanzees December 3, 2014
Parasites and the evolution of primate culture
News From the Field
little brown bats affected by white-nose syndrome December 2, 2014
Study of deadly bat disease finds surprising seasonal pattern of infections
News From the Field
Bethany Krebs (on ladder) assembling a flight cage October 23, 2014
Birds roosting in large groups less likely to contract West Nile virus
News From the Field
a sea otter October 7, 2014
Slime-producing molecules help spread disease from cats to sea otters
News From the Field
image of a squirrel September 18, 2014
Small, fast and crowded: Mammal traits amplify tick-borne illness
News From the Field
biology graphic September 9, 2014
Hog workers carry drug-resistant bacteria even after they leave the farm
News From the Field
image of a male lion March 18, 2013
Male Lions Use Ambush Hunting Strategy
News From the Field
a pallid bat December 6, 2012
Insect-eating Bat Outperforms Nectar Specialist As Pollinator of Cactus Flowers
News From the Field
News thumbnail November 30, 2012
Emerging Vector-borne Diseases Create New Public Health Challenges
News From the Field
Doug Call November 1, 2012
WSU Researcher to Study Ecology of Antibiotic Resistance
News From the Field
images of frogs April 12, 2012
Tackle Fungal Forces to Save Crops, Forests and Endangered Animals, Say Scientists
News From the Field
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