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Watching a lava lake rise and fall, even when we can’t see it

Check out my latest story in EARTH magazine…

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Mice, foxes, deer, coyotes, ticks, & Lyme disease

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Coyote, Wind Cave National Park, June 2012; credit: L. Milideo

This is a good tale to follow if you’ve ever wondered why it’s so difficult to know how climate and environmental changes will affect species and ecosystems.  The simple answer: because these systems are very complex,

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The Importance of Public Knowledge in Preservation

Check out this fascinating and tragic story of threatened sites in the American southwest:

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2013/12/23/opinion/leave-these-southwest-ruins-alone.html

A hidden portion of the sea-level rise story

Check this out: a different, and less frequently discussed, portion of the sea-level rise story:

http://www.earthmagazine.org/article/sinking-sediment-deltas-important-swelling-seas