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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.

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>

Jaclyn Lovell

Tells us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... The host-parasite
relationships of freshwater snails and their trematode parasites, (May to August 2015).   Read more>

Robert Katz

Tell us about his study at SUNY Oswego ... Use of iButton temperature and humidity sensors and remote cameras to assess colonization of artificial nest boxes by wood ducks (Aix sponsa) at SUNY-Oswego Rice Creek Field Station (February 2014 to August 2015). Rob is not holding a wood duck in this photo.  Read more>

Brianna Robinson

Tell us about her study at SUNY Oswego ... Effects of scavenging birds and insects on decomposition time of pig carcasses at Rice Creek Field Station (Fall 2014 to Summer 2015). Read more>

Calee Wilson

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>