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Press Release 07-093
Ecosystem Stability and Resilience Highlighted at National Conference

NSF-supported research to be presented at Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Aug. 5-10 in San Jose, Calif.

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The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is among the topics at the ESA conference.

The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is among the topics at the annual Ecological Society of America (ESA) conference.

Credit: Nicolle Rager-Fuller, National Science Foundation


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Ice-out dates are earlier in spring, and ice-in dates later in fall, on lakes across the U.S.

Ice-in and ice-out dates in Wisconsin lakes and across the Northern Hemisphere are later in fall and earlier in spring.

Credit: Peter W. Schmitz


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Sudden oak death has claimed the lives of countless oak trees.

Sudden oak death has claimed the lives of countless oak trees.

Credit: David Rizzo


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Scientists are studying how infectious diseases affect populations of animals and plants.

Scientists are studying how infectious diseases affect populations of animals and plants.

Credit: Nicolle Rager-Fuller, National Science Foundation


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Biologists have discovered that amphibian disease is spread by bait shops.

Biologists have discovered that amphibian disease is spread by bait shops.

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