Tagged: Biology

UW-Green Bay featured in CSA News

UW-Green Bay featured in CSA News

The CSA News featured an article written by UW-Green Bay researchers appeared in the November/December edition. Photos from the university were used and Jacob Derenne, former UW-Green Bay students is featured on the cover...

Professor Pieter deHart receives publication

Professor Pieter deHart receives publication

UW-Green Bay Associate Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies and Research, Pieter deHart recently published an article in the journal “PeerJ- Life & Environment” . Titled, “Impacts of river fragmentation on limiting individual dietary specialization...

Prof. de Hart published in Journal of Fish Biology

Prof. de Hart published in Journal of Fish Biology

UW-Green Bay Associate Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies and Research and Professor Pieter deHart (Biology, Natural and Applied Science) published the recent article “Isotopic niche alteration of a predator fish in a dammed Amazonian...

Where are the Mosquitoes? | WBAY

Where are the Mosquitoes? | WBAY

It’s a question we’ve heard repeated over and over this summer: where are all the mosquitoes? Not than anyone is complaining about a lack of buzzing around their ears. They are often one of...

Center for Biodiversity Part of Eco U Tradition

Center for Biodiversity Part of Eco U Tradition

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay—known as Eco U since its founding in 1965—sits in a unique location, overlooking the bay of Green Bay. It’s home to the 290-acre Cofrin Memorial Arboretum, which provides valuable...