Tag archive for CAFLS

Appalachian Odyssey

A Clemson scientist and his family spend three months exploring the Appalachian Mountains — for the sake of conservation.

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unwrap the unseen

The methods and tools of Big Data visualization have value in every field of scholarship and science, even in the humanities.

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Making peace with the giants

When Christie Sampson tracks a herd across Myanmar, the fabled vampire elephant is the least of her worries.

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restoring Hunnicutt

As a campus stream gets new life, student researchers check its vitals.

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locally grown

A student farm cultivates research along with the veggies.

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the little things that run the Earth

From clams and climate to human health, microbes rule.

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Can art heal?

Health and nature has been an ongoing theme in Ellen Vincent’s life.

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No harm, no foul

How to stop barnacles from gaining a foothold on hulls and gear.

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Oyster Medics

Falwell notches the shell and watches the oyster repair the wound.

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A pestilence of pigweed

Spreading hundreds of thousands of seeds, one plant can doom a crop. Where is its weakness?

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