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.

Imran Razik

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego...Effects of seasonality on the foraging patterns of the North American beaver, Castor canadensis, at Rice Creek Field Station (Fall 2016 to Spring 2018).  Read more >

Nathan Mckean

 

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego...Is Ranavirus transmission sexually mediated?  (Summer to Fall 2017).  Read more >

Kimberly Smith

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego...The effect atmospheric composition has on the weathering of the Martian surface near the Martian Polar Cap regions (November 2015 to May 2018).  Read more>

Brian Springall

Tells us about his study at SUNY Oswego...Effects of noise pollution on predator avoidance behavior in Anurans (July 2015 to May 2016).   Read more>

Rebecca Gill 

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Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego... Evidence of periodontal disease in skulls of carnivorans and rodents (Spring 2016 for the Rice Creek component).  Read more>

Heather Eldridge

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego...A comparison of individual behavioral responses on mice and shrews based on population density (April to October 2015).  Read more>