A Case Study of a Mom-Scientist: Canopy Meg

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From ScienceCareers.org: The decision to mesh motherhood with a nascent career as an environmental biologist wasn’t one that Margaret Dalzwell Lowman (AKA Canopy Meg) had the luxury of choosing. Rather, it was a lifestyle born out of necessity. Full Article

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Meg Lowman nominated for the Lowell Thomas Award

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Each year The Explorers Club and Rolex USA host the Lowell Thomas Awards to honor extraordinary individuals who have made unique contributions to a particular field of exploration. This year, our focus is forest canopies and their rich biodiversity, which is essential to our existence. Our Master

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Student Applicants Sought For $1.25 Million In Sustainability Grants

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Sent by the the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency · 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW · Washington DC 20460 · 202-564-4355 Contact: Suzanne Ackerman, (202) 564-4355 / ackerman.suzanne@epa.gov Everyone has a role in protecting our environment, including members of Generation Y. EPA is tapping into their innovation and creativity

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Dusk Nature Walk

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Sarasota County Communidons scgov.net ( 941.861 .SO00 1 N 19 Media Contact: Sarasota County Natural Resources, (941 ) 861 -6230 Enjoy a dusk nature walk of the Florida forest canopy. What’s happening? A nature walk led by Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Dr. Margaret Lowman and

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Adina Paytan

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Adina Paytan Drinking with a Lobster! Biography The major focus of Dr. Paytan’s research is understanding marine biogeochemical cycles in the present and the past. Dr. Paytan was born and raised in Israel and after a mandatory military service of two years went traveling to India and

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The Second Meg Lowman Treetop Camp

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The Elmira Star-Gazette takes a look at the second Meg Lowman Treetop Camp at Tanglewood Nature Center: A close look at nature was a way 12 girls could appreciate the opportunities around them as they attended the second Meg Lowman Treetop Camp at Tanglewood Nature Center and

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