Video Links from the 2006 Forum, courtesy of
Brookhaven National Lab.
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11th Annual Pine Barrens Research Forum Program
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environmental monitoring in the Central Pine Barrens
for evaluating sustainability of the Pine Barrens ecosystem"
Gil Hanson, SUNY @ Stony Brook
"Temporal and spatial changes in mercury concentration in
oak leaves and pine needles at Brookhaven National Laboratory"
Terry Sullivan, BNL
restoration count for the Karner blue butterfly"
Jason Bried, The Nature Conservancy
impacts of excessive deer browsing on forest viability"
Marilyn Jordan & Michael Scheibel, TNC, LI & South
Fork-Shelter Island Chapters
"Home range activities of the eastern hognose snake in the
Central Pine Barrens"
Jeremy Feinberg, Rutgers University
use and movements of the eastern tiger salamander on Long Island"
Valorie Titus, SUNY @ Binghamton
recovery of moths in the pine plains burned by the Sunrise Fire"
Hugh McGuiness, Ross School at East Hampton
"A Glimpse at
the microbial world in the Pine Barrens"
Vishal Shah, Dowling College