Natural Resources and the Environment

Eyes on the Tiger

Eyes on the Tiger

New UNH research studying the Soligas tribe in India and their relationship with the endangered Bengal tiger has found that allowing the two groups to share a habitat both protects the tiger population and saves money on conservation efforts like poaching policing. Read More

Recent Stories

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    UNH soil ecologist Serita Frey has been named a Fellow of the Ecological Society of America. Read More
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    - Fungi Feud
    Serita Frey, UNH professor of natural resources and the environment, recently authored a state-of-the-science article on whether or not mycorrhizal fungi contribute to the soil... Read More
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    - Into the Woods, Again
    Following a three-year hiatus, the Northeastern States Research Cooperative (NSRC) has been revitalized, thanks to $2 million in funding for the 2020 fiscal year from the U.S.... Read More
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    Two UNH faculty members — professor of sociology David Finkelhor and professor of natural resources Serita Frey — are among the Web of Science Group’s 2019 Highly Cited... Read More
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    COLSA is celebrating 20 years of the New Zealand study-abroad program EcoQuest. Read More
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    - Assaulted Marsh
    ​New UNH research is shedding light on why salt marshes are being lost to sea level rise and how to save them from destruction. The study, which was recently published in the... Read More
  • Arctic mountains and sea with text "the Arctic is melting. Is it time to panic?"
    - Melting Arctic
    An international panel of researchers, including UNH's Larry Mayer and Nancy Kinner, will discuss Arctic change and melting. Read More
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    - A Key Appointment
    UNH doctoral student Amanda Beal is the first woman to lead Maine’s agriculture department Read More
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    - New Genomic Ecology of Coastal Organisms Program
    UNH and UMaine are partnering for important research. Read More
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    - Muddy Waters
    Bill McDowell clarifies what proposed changes to the Clean Water Act could mean. Read More