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UT & Saturn Land Management Project

UT/Saturn Land Use Project
EERC began collaborating with Saturn Corporation to explore ways to manage their site. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


Arctic

Arctic Research
Cooper and Grebmeier explore the oceanography of the region, with studies of a diving duck, the spectacled eider, as one focus. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


Nolt

Extinction by Hunting
Though hunting is now fairly well regulated by law, historically it was a chief cause of extinction. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


Muller

Early Spring Aiding Elk in Adapting to the State
The tender new grass and early buds on bushes and trees are welcome food sources for 80 head of elk that are adapting to life in remote lands in East Tennessee.
(thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources)


Elk

Elk Return to Tennessee
As Elk are returned to the Cumberland Plateau, two University of Tennessee researchers prepare to take an active role in the restoration. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


Cooper

Hydrographic Change
Investigating the biological importance of the winter polynya in the region to the southwest of St. Lawrence Island in Bering Sea. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources)


Buehler

Endangered Birds
Conservationists petition to add cerulean warbler to list of threatened species. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


Dogwood

Preserving A Forest Resource
The University of Tennessee Dogwood Research Group studies and disseminates information about diseases, culture and breeding of Cornus florida and other dogwoods. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


McKinney

Role of Human Population on Birds and Mammals
It is commonly held that species loss is linked to human population size but there are surprisingly few quantitative studies that measure the strength and nature of this linkage.
(thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources)


Quail

Quail, The Stuff Of Legends
Despite wide-ranging management efforts, quail populations in Tennessee and across the Southeast are dropping precipitously. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)


Bears

Research Promising for Black Bears in Tennessee
By the late 1800s, human encroachment had driven most of the black bear population from the area now known as Big South Fork. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
)




Contact the Environmental Semester Coordinators

Email:

Mary English menglish@utk.edu
Neil Greenberg ngreenbe@utk.edu