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#EOAS in the News: Heidi Fuchs Discusses how Snail Adaptations to Climate Change are Potentially Deadly

#EOAS in the News: Heidi Fuchs Discusses how Snail Adaptations to Climate Change are Potentially Deadly

Noticing that two snail species on the U.S. east coast have adapted to climate change by moving into shallower, warmer water, a habitat that could be potentially deadly for them, #EOAS faculty member Heidi Fuchs and her colleagues examined 60 years of data on 50 invertebrate species including ...
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#EOAS in the News: How Snowy will this Winter Be? David Robinson Weighs In

#EOAS in the News: How Snowy will this Winter Be? David Robinson Weighs In

La Niña will be strong during the upcoming winter, so does this mean New Jersey will get more than the average amount of snow this year? EOAS faculty member and N.J. State Climatologist David Robinson told The Star Ledger (nj.com) in the article La Niña has strengthened, what this means for N.J. ...
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#EOAS in the News: Ximing Guo speaks to Science Magazine about the Impact of Genomics on Aquaculture

#EOAS in the News: Ximing Guo speaks to Science Magazine about the Impact of Genomics on Aquaculture

Science Magazine interviewed EOAS faculty member Ximing Guo for the article “New genetic tools will deliver improved farmed fish, oysters, and shrimp. Here’s what to expect” published Nov. 19, 2020 Guo is a Professor at the Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Rutgers Department of Marine and ...
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