Category: Editor’s Picks

Tracking acidification in the coastal zone

AIRBORNE CO2 MONITORING IS ONLINE! One of our goals is to understand an important aspect of climate change called “coastal acidification” and to demonstrate that this process is…

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A beach bum’s guide to ocean acidification

Baltimore native Jim Meyer is a stand up comedian and freelance writer who wrote this piece about ocean acidification.  While it’s probably not going to get him invited to testify before congress he…

Global Scholars and the Forum for Education Abroad

Forum for Education Abroad’s annual conference in Chicago where we had the opportunity to share the results of our first Dickinson Global Scholars program.  The 2012  program was…

New article on plant resource transport and metabolism

New article on plant carbohydrate and nitrogen metabolism published with colleagues from the University of Missouri’s Bond Life Science Center.  The article describes our work with poplar seedlings and…

Linking science and culture: the art of bonsai

Students from Biology 325 Plant Physiology joined with students and faculty from the the East Asian Studies department and those involved in the College’s new LUCE grant to…

Studying Ocean Acidification in Australia

For our continuing study of seagrass responses to high CO2 / low pH conditions we conducted fieldwork in Australia in 2012. Thanks to Dickinson College, NASA, and the…