Searching for (Mysid) Shrimp in Lake Champlain

The sun was setting behind the Adirondacks on a clear summer evening and Lake Champlain was flat as a mirror. The only disturbance was the hum of a small motor propelling an aluminum boat. Rosie Chapina — a PhD student in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources — had her net and other tools by her side as she sat on the hull, waiting to find the right spot. She was looking...

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Image shows a forest fire in the background on mountains with a city and pond in the forefront.

Americans Are Flocking to Wildfire: U.S. Migration Study

Americans are leaving many of the U.S. counties hit hardest by hurricanes and heatwaves—and moving towards dangerous wildfires and warmer temperatures, finds one of the largest studies of U.S. migration and natural hazards.  

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A composite image of 21 new Affiliates and Fellows today, including (top row, L–R): Teresa Mungazi, Mario Machado, Carina Isbell, Edward Gamble, Michelle Nikfarjam, (bottom row, L–R) Elyse Kleist, Thomas Macias, Vitoria Aparecida Cardoso, Kris Stepenuck, and Sean Rogers.

Gund Institute Welcomes New Affiliates and Grad Fellows

The Gund Institute for Environment is pleased to welcome 21 outstanding scholars from the University of Vermont and beyond.

This year’s cohort of newly affiliated members includes five UVM faculty members, three Global Affiliates, nine Graduate Fellows, and four Postdoctoral Fellows.

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