Keeping History Alive … In a Cemetery
A team of staff and students are working to conserve an 18th-century burial ground.
The World’s Supply of Fresh Water Is in Trouble as Mountain Ice Vanishes
As mountain ice melts, scientists say the water supply for billions of people is threatened. “This is really ringing a bell about the sensitivity of these mountain regions to climate change and other stresses,” says Dartmouth’s Justin Mankin.
Can We Identify Invasive Species Before They Invade?
Dartmouth’s Matthew Ayres is part of a research team that is working on a way to predict which nonnative insect species will do great ecological harm, the “holy grail” of invasion biology. “We’re on the trail to the grail,” Ayres tells the magazine.