[03 Jul 2013] WNPR CT Public Radio -- Wolves Not Linked to Elk Decline at Yellowstone Park, Yale Researcher Says
[26 Jun 2013] ESA's media advisory about Arthur's Ecology paper: Declining fortunes of Yellowstone’s migratory elk
[01 Jun 2013] Steve Brady's research is featured in The Scientist -- Evolution Takes a Road Trip
[22 May 2013] Arthur Middleton's recent paper is featured in Nature's Research Highlights -- Fish mismatch makes bears eat elk
[22 Apr 2013] Yale Daily News -- Singaporean college to test a new curriculum
[24 Mar 2013] NorthJersey.com News -- Road salt alters ecosystems: Can the wood frog survive?
[12 Dec 2012] Discovery News -- Evolution Before Your Eyes
[12 Oct 2012] Wall Street Journal -- As Wolves Return to the West, Greens Go to Court by Postdoc Arthur Middleton
[25 Jun 2012] EnvironmentYale -- Humans Driving Evolution of
the Spotted Salamander
[22 Jun 2012] Dave and Phoebe's Science paper is available online: Biotic Multipliers of Climate Change
[21 Jun 2012] Science Daily-- Top Predators Key to Extinctions as Planet Warms
[29 May 2012] NY Times Green -- Young Scientists Embrace Crowdfunding
[08 May 2012] NYU's Scienceline -- VIDEO: No exit: How humans are changing salamanders
[26 Mar 2012] Connecticut Wildlife -- An Ecological Spring Awakening in Our Vernal Ponds, by Jonathan Richardson & Hank Gruner
[27 Feb 2012] NY Times Green -- Salamanders Learn to Live With Pollution
[09 Feb 2012] Forbes -- Over-Regulation Fever at the White House
[Jan/Feb 2012] Mother Jones -- The Frog of War
[07 Feb 2012] New Haven Register -- There's gonna be an evolution. Wait, there already was for these Connecticut salamanders
[01 Feb 2012] Science Daily -- Road Runoff Spurring Spotted Salamander Evolution
[01 Feb 2012] UPI Science News -- Salamanders adapting to toxic ponds
[26 Jan 2012] Steve's new publication in Scientific Reports is released, read it here. See related press in natureasia.com and the Yale F&ES website.
[19 Oct 2011] NY Times Green -- The Ecologists of Tomorrow Talk Shop, featuring Samantha's SCCS talk and photo by Hannah.