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Notre Dame researchers using new technologies to combat invasive species

  A new research paper by a team of researchers from the University of Notre Dame’sEnvironmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) demonstrates how two cutting-edge technologies can provide a sensitive and real-time solution to screening real-world water samples for invasive species before they get into our country or before they cause significant damage....

Notre Dame researchers using new technologies to combat invasive species

  A new research paper by a team of researchers from the University of Notre Dame’sEnvironmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) demonstrates how two cutting-edge technologies can provide a sensitive and real-time solution to screening real-world water samples for invasive species before they get into our country or before they cause significant damage....

CSI: Invasives

  Great Lakes researchers are using new DNA techniques to track down and control the spread of invasive species. The techniques are sort of like what you see on all those CSI television dramas where scientists analyze DNA left at the crime scene and use it to prosecute the culprits....

CSI: Invasives

  Great Lakes researchers are using new DNA techniques to track down and control the spread of invasive species. The techniques are sort of like what you see on all those CSI television dramas where scientists analyze DNA left at the crime scene and use it to prosecute the culprits....

Notre Dame researcher is studying role small dams play in pollution control

  Sometimes, little things can add up to a lot. In short, that’s the message of a research study on small dams, streams and pollution by Steve Powers, a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Notre Dame’s Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI). “Small dams, reservoirs and ponds trap water pollution, which provides an important...

Environmental Change Initiative Developing New Methods, Collaborations

Read the Notre Dame Science magazine online.   Notre Dame’s Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) examines the problems of invasive species, agricultural land use, and climate change and their complex, interrelated impact on water resources. It is also an important testing ground for new research techniques and novel collaborations, combining biological...

Notre Dame researcher is studying role small dams play in pollution control

  Sometimes, little things can add up to a lot. In short, that’s the message of a research study on small dams, streams and pollution by Steve Powers, a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Notre Dame’s Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI). “Small dams, reservoirs and ponds trap water pollution, which provides an important...

Notre Dame to host multidisciplinary climate conference

    The University of Notre Dame will host “Climate Change and the Common Good,” a national conference addressing the multifaceted challenges presented by our changing climate, on April 8-10 (Monday-Wednesday). The event will engage nationally recognized scientists, ethicists and strategists in conversation with students, faculty, administrators and members of...

Notre Dame to host multidisciplinary climate conference

    The University of Notre Dame will host “Climate Change and the Common Good,” a national conference addressing the multifaceted challenges presented by our changing climate, on April 8-10 (Monday-Wednesday). The event will engage nationally recognized scientists, ethicists and strategists in conversation with students, faculty, administrators and members of...

Cry Us a River

Dr. David Lodge, director at the Environmental Change Initiative, and Jeanne Gang, principal architect at Studio Gang Architects, are both quoted in this interested article about the Chicago River. Gang visited Notre Dame in February to give a lecture hosted by Notre Dame Architecture and ECI.