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February 2016

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Groundwater resources - Feb. 8, 2016

Delaware Geological Survey joins National Ground-Water Monitoring Network effort

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Safeguarding sturgeon - Feb. 3, 2016

Satellite measurements of ocean color, temperature help researchers predict sturgeon locations

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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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Naval Academy fieldwork - Jan. 26, 2016

UD grad students lead fieldwork, mapping exercise for Naval Academy midshipmen  

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Students Washington-bound - Jan. 20, 2016

Three selected from Delaware Sea Grant for prestigious Knauss Fellowship

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Penguins and robots - Jan. 6, 2016

UD study seeks to better understand foraging competition between Adelie, gentoo penguins

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butterflyfish and coral

Coral, seaweed and fish - Jan. 4, 2016

UD researchers evaluate how coral-seaweed interactions affect coral associated reef fishes

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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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Willett Kempton and Haley Northrup

PES Honor - Dec. 18, 2015

Haley Northrup was honored by PES for her work with the Vehicle-to-Grid research group

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