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February 2016

Feb. 12: 'Thinking Geographically' - Feb. 1, 2016

AAG president to deliver invited lecture on 2/12 in 116 Gore Hall

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January 2016

Nancy Targett

New assignment - Jan. 26, 2016

Nancy Targett named provost, vice president for academic affairs at University of New Hampshire

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December 2015

Tamara Beeson

Forests at risk - Dec. 20, 2015

Paper estimates widespread tree death in Southwestern forests under global warming scenarios

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2015: Thinking Back & Looking Forward - Dec. 17, 2015

Thank you for your support in the successes that we celebrated in 2015!

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November 2015

Improving geospatial knowledge - Nov. 18, 2015

Professors launch DelawareView to improve public access to remote sensing and geospatial data

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DEOS weather station

DEOS hits one billion - Nov. 9, 2015

Delaware's real-time environmental monitoring system makes billionth observation

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October 2015

Studying stemflow - Oct. 22, 2015

UD doctoral candidate investigates how rainwater travels in urban forests

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Conservation in Catalina - Oct. 16, 2015

Environmental science student educates Catalina Island visitors on island ecology

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Oct. 22: Mather Lecture

Oct. 22: Mather Lecture - Oct. 1, 2015

International expert to address cumulative impact of humans on the landscape

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Weather Alert

Coast Day Canceled - Oct. 1, 2015

UD cancels Oct. 4 Coast Day due to expected significant coastal flooding, storm effects

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