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levels that are low enough to not be considered a public health concern. HEALTH EFFECTS Some people who ...
Alumni Connection Spring 2015
public policy! Alumnus Steve Goodwin Honored as Wildlife Conservationist of the Year Steve Goodwin, ENR ... publication. Each Wednesday, an alumnus is selected to be featured on our Facebook and Twitter pages. If you ...
MENR Project Examples
Victoria Chen (FABE), Aparna Dial (OSU Sustainability Office) H. LeBail Public Perception of Climate Change ...
Selected Publications of S. Mazeika P. Sullivan
Selected Publications of S. Mazeika P. Sullivan [pdf format] Cianfrani, Christina M., S. Mazeika ...
'Plant That Ate the South' Is Here: Poster Tells Public to Watch Out for Kudzu
Kudzu, the “plant that ate the South,” is now in Ohio. And experts want people to know it. A new identification poster featuring the climbing, entwining, engulfing invader is available. “Kudzu is in scattered spots in Ohio. One of the reasons for the pos ...
SENR Spring 2013 Seminar Listing
Aldo Leopold's Public Writing About Game Managemen t H. Lewis Ulman, Associate Professor, ...
ASTM D11 Committee Meeting (Rubber)
December 2014 Committee Week ...
Symposium on Natural Rubber
9:45 AM Thursday, October 16 Using Research and Development to Advance Taraxacum Kok-Saghyz (BUCKEYE GOLD) As a Viable Source of Ohio Natural Rubber Katrina Cornish, Ph.D., FAAAS, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ohio State University, ...
Jim Grossman Public Lecture
Jim Grossman, PhD, executive director of the American Historical Association, discusses careers for graduate students outside of the academy at the Wexner Center for the Arts Film/Video Theater. Limited seating is available for RSVP at www.gradsch.osu.edu ...
Dick_R Tracking C Flow through Microbial Communities
organic C to mineral soil layers. To date, NT has received less scientific and public attention than it ...