Join Katie Dubow as she talks with Doug Tallamy about Plants and Pollinators.
Doug Tallamy is a professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, where he has authored eighty research articles and has taught Insect Taxonomy, Behavioral Ecology, Humans and Nature, and other courses for thirty-two years. Chief among his research goals is to better understand the many ways insects interact with plants and how such interactions determine the diversity of animal communities.
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Tags: doug tallamy, Homestead Gardens, Katie Dubow, pollinators, University of Delaware
A Smithsonian Environmental Research Center monthly evening lecture. Speaker: Jennifer Biddle, University of Delaware. She will discuss Horseshoe crabs, a species that has been inhabiting Delaware Bay for millions of years, but faces new threats from pollution, land use and climate change. However, invisible to the naked eye, an army of microbes has formed quiet partnerships with the crabs. In this talk, marine biologist Jen Biddle will explore world of horseshoe crabs and their microbes, and the clues these organisms hold for new medicines and the crabs’ changing place in the environment.
Tags: climate change, environment, horseshoe crabs, Jennifer Biddle, pollution, science, SERC, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, University of Delaware