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ExxonMobil awards DU $500,000 for Louisiana Wetland Restoration
Are Waterfowl Migrations Changing?
Photo © CHUCK & GRACE BARTLETT
DU's former chief scientist discusses the many factors that influence where and when waterfowl migrate
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Wetlands & grasslands are key to waterfowl and other wildlife.
DU has conserved more than 14 million acres since 1937.
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The International Science Report identifies the researchers (staff and partners) and provides brief summaries of all the research ongoing in which DUC, DUI, and/or DUMAC are engaged across North America.
The Spotlight Report takes a deeper dive, and importantly, introduces you to the students (including the various DU fellowship awardees) and/or staff that are engaged in some of the research.
DU has conserved more than 15 million acres since 1937. Without substantial contributions from passionate DU leaders, this wouldn’t have been possible.
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