Entries by Maribeth Rubenstein

Synthesis Research Update

See below for a slide show of the July Quarterly meeting presentations. Beneath that you will find a link for the one pre-recorded presentation. For presenter contact information, please email besinfo@caryinstitute.org with your inquiry.

Congratulations to our 2020 Data Jam Winners!

The Baltimore Data Jam Competition – Accessible science This year saw the 7th Annual Baltimore Data Jam Competition.  Each year I look forward to seeing the variety of student projects that both describe a local socio or ecological data set and communicate that data in a creative way.  We’ve seen submissions from original songs and […]

Birding while Black in Baltimore

Today our guest blogger is longtime BES LTER Investigator and birder Dr. Charles Nilon. He has written the following post in honor of  #BlackBirdersWeek.  Paige Warren and I started the Baltimore Ecosystem Study Bird Monitoring Project in the summer of 2002.  Since then the project has been coordinated by a group of graduate students and technicians […]

Birding While Black in Baltimore – part 2

Today our guest blogger is Dr. Ela-Sita Carpenter. She is a Baltimore Ecosystem Study graduate student alumni and #BlackBirdersWeek participant. I feel immensely lucky to be a birder, life-long resident, and urban ecologist in Baltimore. One of my earliest bird memories was watching my dad feed birds that visited our backyard (long before I knew […]

BES LTER update

The BES LTER is currently in a synthesis stage, analyzing our long-term data in new and creative ways. Project Director, Emma J. Rosi, explains exactly what that means in this 5-minute talk originally presented at the 2020 LTER Science Council meeting. For more LTER Network videos, check out their YouTube channel.