The inspiration for a new internship program at New Jersey’s Jacques Cousteau Reserve was simple: diversity in science is better for everybody. Creating equal access is important for advancing equality and science is stronger when everybody contributes.
New Jerseyans aren’t the only ones who enjoy summer days at the beach. Mosquitos are a longstanding nuisance, annoying sunbathers and swimmers. With climate change, the problem is just getting worse.
Jacques Cousteau and the NJDEP have partnered up to raise awareness of tidal flooding risk in a new social media campaign.
Nik Charov checked in with Lisa Auermuller, assistant manager at New Jersey’s Jacques Cousteau Reserve and past president of the NERRA board—and they all but promised “cheeseburgers in paradise” at the 2021 annual meeting.
Pat Filardi, field volunteer at New Jersey’s Jacques Cousteau Reserve, shares his story of twelve years of involvement with scientific research at the Reserve—and he truly believes he’s gained more than he’s given.
Our Reserves in Washington, Oregon, and New Jersey are all welcoming new staff recently, each bringing fresh talent and energy to our Reserve System. Please join NERRA in welcoming these new NERRds to the family!