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preview“Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?”-T. S. Eliot’s “The Rock” (1934)  In the last prerogative, I discussed the mission of the Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies (AJES) as helping to bridge the gap between science an...

previewDeep Future by Curt Stager should be essential reading for anyone interested in what future environments will be like on planet Earth, which I hope is everyone. You will not find another book that is as comprehensive or as well-written about past and future climate change.  The author brings an ext...

previewPerched high atop an iconic summit of the Adirondack Mountains, nestled among the krummholz and alpine tundra, and carved from the granite of the mountain itself, is a historically unique and state-of-the-art scientific research station. Known to locals as the Whiteface Observatory, the Atmospheric ...

previewThis article details the methodology and results of the ADK Futures Project.  The original intent of the project was to spur a new conversation about the Park, both broader in scope and more inclusive.  The debates since the formation of the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) had, in our opinion, gotten...

previewAs habitat loss and fragmentation increase across the northeastern United States, identifying and prioritizing connecting routes between protected areas has taken on new urgency.  Protecting habitat linkages, or corridors, in which species can live and move between core habitats is a useful strateg...

previewAlternative Onsite Wastewater Treatment Training: Onsite Wastewater Options for Small Rural Communities in the AdirondacksOctober 17, 2012  View, Old Forge, New York OverviewTwenty years ago, the Adirondack Research Consortium was founded on the premise that good science and information should be ...