The Great Outdoors
A Watershed Moment with a Point
Many of us have heard about watershed protection efforts. Perhaps you live in a drinking water supply watershed or have childhood memories of Poor Willy Wonka being accused of...
Advanced Hike: Lake Bethany
Last week I wrote about a hike around Maltby Lakes. In the spirit of enjoying a perfect 70 degree day and using my new RWC passes, I decided to do what I...
The Optimization of Windbelt Electrical Efficiency
Daniel Giebisch and Noah Gallant: The Windbelt, a novel small-scale wind power electrical generator, relies on a vibrating film with attached magnets to produce an electrical...
Correlation between chlorophyll and particulate organic carbon in the oceans
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Hike: Maltby Lakes
Invest $50 on a family pass and what does it get you? Entrance at all of the Regional Water Authority parks in the State of Connecticut for your family for TWO YEARS! Is it really...
Psst.., Hey Buddy, Need a Map?
The extra desk in the geospatial office at UConn CLEAR has seen a steady stream of boxes – little and big ones, brown and black ones, even an iPad box (no iPad included). ...
Take a Hike on the Appalachian Trail
The Appalachian Trail is a trail extending over 2000 miles from Maine to Georgia. It’s very challenging, but also very beautiful. One of my bucket list items...
The Lawn and the Short of It
Thanks to Frederick Law Olmsted, Central Park has great expanses of grass. But can you imagine a lawn 14 times the size of Manhattan? That’s basically what we...
Of Witch Hazel and Wood Frogs
Here at CLEAR I don't think anyone would claim to be a naturalist, at least of any skill or repute. But that doesn't prevent our collective and individual enjoyment of the...