Author Archives: Kayla-Maria Martin

The Duckweed Dilemma of Mt. Angel Abbey

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By: Tania Siemens, Kayla-Maria Martin, and Noelle Moen In the 1800’s, the dense trees and green hills landscape of Oregon were a reminder to a group of monks traveling from Engelberg, Switzerland of their own home country. In 1882, they … Continue reading

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Aquarium Fish make for an Ecotourism, Non-profit Combo

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Passengers from around the world, diverse in character and their scientific, social, educational and/or professional fields embark on a journey involving the “Dorinha” and her crew in exploring the river waters of the Rio Negro Basin, Amazonas, Brazil. What do you … Continue reading

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Interview with Trevor Sheffels: The Nutria Expert

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Have you ever thought about the exciting careers related to invasive species? In this blog we introduce Trevor Sheffels, who has recently completed his Ph.D degree in Environmental Sciences and Resources at Portland State University. His research focused on addressing nutria management … Continue reading

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