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Notre Dame Research Offers Important Clues About Grasshopper Population Explosions


February 24, 2011

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A long-running research project by University of Notre Dame biologist Gary Belovsky is examining what limits grasshopper populations and the role played by grasshoppers in prairie ecosystems. Full Story

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