In the News

My study on the biogeochemistry of gull mega-flocks at landfills published in Water Research has been covered by a variety of media outlets in June 2017:

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“Duke study: landfill seagull poop hurts water quality of nearby lakes” – Raleigh News & Observer

“Duke study: Landfill seagull poop hurts water quality of nearby lakes” – Durham Herald-Sun

“Garbage-Fed Seagulls Are Spoiling Our Lakes and Reservoirs With Their Poop” – Gizmodo 

“Trash-picking seagulls excrete tons of nutrients” – Science Daily

“Trash-picking seagulls release tons of nutrients” – Laboratory Equipment

“Trash-picking seagulls poop tons of nutrients” – Phys.org

“Tons of gull poop mess up nearby water” – Futurity

“Trash-picking Seagulls Poop Tons of Nutrients” – Science Newsline

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I am featured in an article about birds in the Fall 2015 edition of the Nicholas School of the Environment magazine, Duke Environment link to pdf (see pages 24-28) – Fall, 2015
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I am featured in a video by Duke Today on retrofitting of campus buildings to mitigate bird-window collisions. – September 17, 2015

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An article about me is featured on the front page of Duke Research! – September 9, 2015

permanent link to article

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I am featured in an article the Duke Chronicle published about the Duke Bird-Window Collisions Project – August 25, 2015

CIEMAS Chronicle

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The Nicholas School of the Environment published a Press release about my article published in the journal WETLANDS – July 26, 2015

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The local CBS News affiliate, WRAL interviewed me for a piece on the Duke Bird-Window Collisions Project (link to video) – June 24, 2015

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The Raleigh News and Observer interviewed me for an article about the Duke Bird-Window Collisions Project – June 17, 2015

News and Observer CIEMAS June 17 2015

 

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The Duke Chronicle interviewed me for an article about the Duke Bird-Window Collisions Project – May 22, 2015

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