Bill Niedzwiedz ’69, professor at UW-Green Bay, sent a research tip to “his department.” The response? Silence.
Fewer than 3 percent of targeted fish are making it over dams in the Northeastern U.S.
If native fish species, such as alewife and blueback herring, are going to be restored in New England, then officials might want to try different management practices, like building more fish passages and getting rid of more dams, according to Assistant Professor of Fish Population Ecology and Conservation Adrian Jordaan.
UMass student Meg Little thinks that, despite the comforts and freedoms that come with living in on-campus dorms, students need to drastically change the way they think about using electricity and other resource in the dorms to become more eco-friendly.