University of Michigan Biological Station

Michigan’s changes in the last 100 years

by Heather Newman February 16, 2010

Nadel thumb The University of Michigan Press Author Series will present a panel discussion, at the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery/Room 100 on the Diag in central campus, on how the environment in Michigan has changed in the past 100 years, led by an editor and authors of The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station.

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WEMU features “Changing Environment”

by Heather Newman January 15, 2010

Bob Eccles of WEMU public radio in Ypsilanti recently featured Knute Nadelhoffer, senior editor of The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan, in an extensive interview about the book. Changing Environment features 100 years of research from the University of Michigan Biological Station in the northern lower peninsula, chronicling the transformation of the area from complete devastation (it had been heavily logged and then burned) to the lush landscape that it is surrounded by today.   Listen in here. The UM Press will host a talk, Q&A, and book signing with the authors and editors of Changing Environment at the Harlan […]

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