Science in Action

Presenting profiles of students' research conducted at Rice Creek Field Station. From field work to laboratories, there are a variety of opportunities for SUNY Oswego students to pursue their own science projects.

Cheryl Sandrow 

CS at RC F2012

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... Snow tracking and GIS: Taking advantage of new technology for evaluating coyote habitat at RCFS in winter (Winter/Spring 2011).  
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Zuzi Salais

Zuzi SIA

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... Mapping tick abundance and Lyme disease across Rice Creek Field Station habitats (May to October 2012 and 2013).  Read more>

Ryan Navarro

Ryan SIA

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego ... Assessing the landscape of fear: A study of the habitat use of the Black-capped Chickadee (Parus atricapillus) (Spring/Summer 2011). Read more>

Daniel Frick

SIA Dan with turtle

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego ... Seasonal movements and habitat use by Snapping Turtles (Chelydra serpentina) and Midland Painted Turtles (Chysemys picta marginata) at Rice Creek Field Station, Oswego, New York (April to September 2012).  Read more>

Nik Reff 

Nik Reff SIA

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego ... Seed predation by small mammals in meadows and forests in Little Falls, NY and Rice Creek Field Station (Summer and Fall 2012).  Read more >

Lisa Cassidy

Lisa SIA


Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... The effects of dam removal on plant succession along a riparian zone at Fallbrook Pond, Oswego, NY (August to September 2012).  Read more >

 

Rachel Cary

Rachel SIA

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... Screening Rice Creek amphibian populations for infectious Ranavirus (March 2012 to May 2014).   Read more>

 

Yadong Wang

don's photo

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego ... Developing Genomic Resources for Ecological and Evolutionary Studies of Rice Creek Isopods (Summer 2013).  Read more>

Calee Wilson

Calle SIA

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... Local museum specimen screening for the presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (March 2014 to May 2015).  Read more>