Sunday, March 4, 2018

UNH is second among North American institutions in scholarly productivity in ecology, a study published by the Ecological Society of America found recently.



• In the first long-term study of New Hampshire’s bumble bee population, Molly Jacobson ’17 (pictured) and other researchers funded by UNH’s New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station found three of the state’s most important bumble bee species have declined drastically over the last 150 years.

• UNH soil scientists Serita Frey and Stuart Grandy co-authored a major study, published in Science, that found that when forest soils warm, they can release abundant carbon into the atmosphere, creating a feedback loop that could accelerate global warming.

UNH Bee Research

Bee Research video