CANR Research

Migrating Birds Pile Up Along Great Lakes’ Shores
December 7, 2016
Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Jeff Buler, Kevin Archibald, great lakes region, migrating landbirds
UD researchers develop models to improve environmental conservation on military bases
November 29, 2016
APEC, Center for Behavioral and Experimental Agri-Environmental Research, Center for Experimental and Applied Economics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Kent Messer, Maik Kecinski, endangered species, land economics, military bases, united states military bases
Novel study shows ‘cocktail’ of soil bacteria can protect rice plants from deadly forces
November 21, 2016
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Harsh Bais, Jonathon Cottone
UD study suggests people prefer conservation as way to protect drinking water
October 27, 2016
American Water Works Association, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Kent Messer, climate change, gray infrastructure, green infrastructure, water, water conservation, water protection
UD study links real, perceived transaction costs to low farmer participation in BMP programs
October 17, 2016
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Leah Palm-Forster, agri-environmental program
UD researchers conduct consumer behavior studies in Washington
October 11, 2016
Center for Experimental and Applied Economics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Kent Messer, USDA, tuk tuk
UD study looks at population fluctuations of Canada geese in New Jersey
October 3, 2016
Canada goose, Chris Williams, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Julie Beston, Kate Guerena, NJ canada geese, UD Chris Williams, canada geese, new jersey canada geese, resident canada geese, udel chris williams
UD research shows importance of marketing for watermelon growers
September 16, 2016
APEC, Applied Economics and Statistics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Greg Vitz, John Bernard, Josh Duke, Sarah Albrecht
UD professor stresses importance of helping moths, a key component in food webs
September 13, 2016
Dave Wagner, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Doug Tallamy, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Erik Wright, Jim McCormac, Lindsay Cathcart, Magdalen Cattle, William Keilsohn, moth lights, mothapalooza, mothing
UD researcher works to make understanding big data easier
August 31, 2016
APEC, Applied Economics and Statistics, NSF, National Science Foundation, UD data, UD statistics, Xiaoke Zhang, big data
UD researchers to tackle sediment, human behavior questions
August 29, 2016
APEC, Applied Economics and Statistics, Chesapeake Bay, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, HomeVISE, Kent Messer, delaware river watershed initiative
UD researchers conduct study of consumers’ oyster preferences
August 22, 2016
Applied Economics and Statistics, Center for Experimental and Applied Economics, Delaware Bay, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Kent Messer, Tongzhe Li, oyster research
UD researchers investigate wooden breast in broiler chickens
August 16, 2016
Animal and Food Sciences, Behnam Abasht, Delmarva poultry, delaware poultry, department of animal and food sciences, poultry, wooden breast, wooden chicken breast, wooden chicken breast syndrome, woody breast
UD researchers examine best irrigation practices at Warrington Farm
August 9, 2016
Ian McCann, James Adkins, Subsurface drip irrigation, Trevor Aldred, UD irrigation, UD irrigation research, Udel irrigation, Warrington Farm, delaware irrigation, irrigation research, udel irrigation research
UD research examines food habits of snow leopards
August 4, 2016
Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Kyle McCarthy, Sarah Weiskopf, Shannon Kachel, UD snow leopards, snow leopard, snow leopard research, snow leopards, university of delaware snow leopards
UD professor develops UV light oven to fight off foodborne pathogens
July 18, 2016
Animal and Food Sciences, Haiqiang Chen, OEIP, Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, UV light oven, clean produce, department of animal and food sciences, food borne pathogens
UD researchers look at programs to incentivize cover crop adoption among growers
July 15, 2016
Amy Shober, Applied Economics and Statistics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Emerson Paradee, Josh Duke, cover crops, delaware cover crops, maryland cover crops, ohio cover crops, plant and soil sciences
Scientists look at use of rice husk to reduce arsenic levels in vital grain
June 6, 2016
Angelia Seyfferth, Corey Leskanic, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Jessica N. Mann, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Kelli A. Kearns, Michelle Paukett, National Science Foundation, arsenic, arsenic in rice, arsenic research, plant and soil sciences, rice husk soil, risk husk
Adalsteinsson, Rosier receive Benton Graduate Student Awards
June 2, 2016
2016 Benton Awards, Amanda Rosier, Benton Awards, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Greg Shriver, Harsh Bais, Jake Bowman, Janine Sherrier, Jeff Buler, Solny Adalsteinsson, Vince D'Amico, graduate students, plant and soil sciences
UD, USDA researchers study natural enemies of tree-killing emerald ash borer
May 23, 2016
Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Doug Tallamy, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Jian Duan, Spathius galinae, Timothy Watt, biological control, emerald ash borer