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Dartmouth in the News

  • Chicago Sun Times

    A photographic mark-recapture program, Wild-ID, developed by Douglas Bolger, a professor of environmental studies, enables researchers to track animals by photographs, meaning the animals do not need to be tagged, reports the newspaper.

  • ecoRI News

    Pitch pine forests are in more danger from southern pine beetles than mixed-tree forests are, finds a Dartmouth study led by Carissa Aoki, a postdoctoral research associate and lecturer. The study can help forest-protection efforts, she says.

  • Navajo-Hopi Observer

    “I almost didn’t apply to Dartmouth because I knew how difficult it was to get into an Ivy League school. I was really scared of rejection. But, it’s really true, you won’t know what will happen unless you try,” says Kayleigh Paddock.

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