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Center for Ecology and Conservation Research
Center for Ecology and Conservation Research

RECENT BRI PUBLICATIONS

Spatio-temporal trends in mercury exposure to New York songbirds: Correlations with climate, habitat, and projecting future change (2020)

Bald eagle mercury exposure varies with region and site elevation in New York, USA. (2020)

Mercury Exposure in Songbird Communities within Sphagnum Bog and Upland Forest Ecosystems in the Adirondack Park (New York, USA) (2020)

Ecological studies aim to understand the workings of wildlife and their habitats. Conservation research explores how ecological stressors (chemical, biological, and physical) affect species and ecosystems.

BRI’s scientists and educators work across the globe to conduct innovative wildlife research that helps us understand the intricacies of these ecosystems. A vital aspect of our work is to share what we learn with those who will determine how best to protect and manage our natural resources.

BRI has established a variety of research programs to better understand ecological health through the lens of wildlife.

National Park Service video on Critical Connections features BRI Researcher Iain Stenhouse

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE VIDEO ON CRITICAL CONNECTIONS FEATURES BRI RESEARCHER IAIN STENHOUSE

 

BRI incorporates both traditional and innovative approaches toward solving ecological issues. Through scientific research, we provide decision makers with the data necessary to make informed policy decisions that conserve resources and protect our environment.
Ecosystems and Geographic Regions

Ecosystems and Geographic Regions

Center Director
Wing Goodale
wing_goodale@briloon.org
207-839-7600 x219

 
Photo Credits: Artic Warbler © Ken Archer
Biodiversity Research Institute