The Ecosystems Center
Now Entering Another Dimension: Welcome to Arctic Field Science
Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Werner and science and nature writer Meera Subramanian recently spent eight light-filled days and nights with MBL ecologists at Toolik Field Station in Arctic Alaska. Werner, whose soaring video impression of the remote ecological field site is above, says the experience was like entering another time dimension.
Remote sensing reveals significant forest regrowth amidst net deforestation in African dry tropical forests
African dry tropical forests are critical for biogeochemical cycles, water conservation and provide natural resources for over 100 million people who directly depend on these forests for their livelihoods.
TIDE Project Blog
- REUs Gone Wild: A Weekend in Woods Hole July 14, 2015
- Melampus Madness July 8, 2015
- My REU project and the joy of being able to do science in my hometown July 1, 2015
Seminars & Events
- Seminar - Jon Sanderman, Woods Hole Research Center
- 09/15/2015, 12:15 pm, Loeb G-70
- DSS Speaker - Mercedes Pascual, University of Chicago
- 09/18/2015, 2:30 pm, Lillie Auditorium
- Seminar - James Kellner, Brown University
- 09/22/2015, 12:15 pm, Speck Auditorium