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•  Size Really Does Matter
•  Science Daily: Florida bass invading Texas rivers from reservoirs
•  Science Daily: Duke-Baylor Study Reveals One in Five Streams Damaged by Mine Pollution in Southern West Virginia
•  Baylor Biology Professor's Article Recognized by Top Scientists in Field
•  Science Daily: Widespread Stream Biodiversity Declines at Low Levels of Urban Development
•  Science Daily: Climate Change Makes Some Chemicals More Toxic to Aquatic Life, Study Finds
•  Download: EPA-funded Baylor study finds phophorus linked to declines in stream water quality
•  Download: BU-TAMU Nutrient Indicators 2009 Final Report to TCEQ
•  Taylor wins Hubbs Award
•  Evidence of Thresholds in Freshwater Ecosystems & Implications for Managers
•  Baylor Study Finds Phosphorus Level That Leads to Declines in Stream Water Quality
•  Baylor Researcher Develops New Method for Detecting Biodiversity Losses
•  Texas Native Plant Sale, Saturday, April 17
•  Postdoc vacancy in stable isotopes, food webs, and watersheds
•  Graduate Assistantships in Aquatic Ecology, Summer/Fall 2010
•  Baylor Student Researchers Study Impacts on Wildlife in Alaska
•  Jason Taylor awarded 2008 EPA-STAR Fellowship
•  REAL-TIME WEATHER DATA AT THE BEAR FACILITY
•  Alaska Stream Experiments, Summer 2009
•  News 8 Austin: Baylor studies water quality
•  Expedition Guyana, 27 Jan - 14 Feb 2009
•  ACS Press Release: Revisiting Phosphorus in the Everglades:
•  Coastal & Estuarine Science News: Development Paves Way for Phragmites Invasion in Chesapeake
•  Biology professor receives grant to continue stream research in Alaska
•  Biology professor receives grant from TCEQ to develop ecological indicators
•  Saving Salmon: Baylor Magazine
•  Baylor and Waco Open New Research Facility
•  Baylor grad student receives honorable mention at TAS conference
•  Faculty of 1000 recommends paper by BU professor
•  Baylor and Waco Open New Research Facility - Photo Feature
•  NBC6 News: BEAR facility to improve water quality in region
•  Homer News: Headwater streams home to salmon
•  SERC: Watershed urbanization linked to PCBs in estuarine fishes
•  Smithsonian Research: Urban land strongly linked to PCBs in white perch

Size Really Does Matter
[9/27/2013]
and so does sex.
(FULL STORY)

Science Daily: Florida bass invading Texas rivers from reservoirs
[3/15/2013]

(FULL STORY)

Science Daily: Duke-Baylor Study Reveals One in Five Streams Damaged by Mine Pollution in Southern West Virginia
[8/2/2012]
Water pollution from surface coal mining has degraded more than 22 percent of streams and rivers in southern West Virginia to the point they may now qualify as impaired under state criteria, according to a new study by scientists at Duke and Baylor.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Biology Professor's Article Recognized by Top Scientists in Field
[12/2/2011]
An article by Dr. Ryan S. King, associate professor of biology at Baylor University, has been selected and evaluated by the Faculty of 1000 (F1000), a database of more than 100,000 evaluations of the top 2 percent of published articles in biology and medicine.
(FULL STORY)

Science Daily: Widespread Stream Biodiversity Declines at Low Levels of Urban Development
[6/15/2011]
A new study from biology researchers at Baylor University and the University of Maryland-Baltimore has found that there are consistent and widespread declines in stream biodiversity at lower levels of urban development more damaging than what was previously believed.
(FULL STORY)

Science Daily: Climate Change Makes Some Chemicals More Toxic to Aquatic Life, Study Finds
[7/24/2011]
ScienceDaily (June 29, 2011) -- Some areas of the southern United States are suffering from the longest dry spell since 1887 and a new Baylor University study shows that could prove problematic for aquatic organisms.
(FULL STORY)

Download: EPA-funded Baylor study finds phophorus linked to declines in stream water quality
[9/1/2009]
An EPA-funded study at Baylor University found that excessive phosphorus inputs to Texas streams are linked to declines in water quality as well as aquatic plants and animals.
(FULL STORY)

Download: BU-TAMU Nutrient Indicators 2009 Final Report to TCEQ
[2/26/2010]

(FULL STORY)

Taylor wins Hubbs Award
[6/16/2011]

(FULL STORY)

Evidence of Thresholds in Freshwater Ecosystems & Implications for Managers
[9/3/2010]

(FULL STORY)

Baylor Study Finds Phosphorus Level That Leads to Declines in Stream Water Quality
[1/4/2010]
A new Baylor University study funded by the Environmental Protection Agency has found that concentrations of phosphorus above 20 parts per billion (ppb) are linked to declines in water quality and aquatic plant and animal life.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Researcher Develops New Method for Detecting Biodiversity Losses
[2/2/2010]
Baylor University researchers along with ecologists from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have developed a new method that measures the impact of human-caused environmental degradation on environmental biodiversity.
(FULL STORY)

Texas Native Plant Sale, Saturday, April 17
[3/19/2010]
Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society will be hosting its 3rd annual Texas Native Plant Sale from 9:00AM to 3:00PM on Saturday, April 17 in the Baylor Science Building Plaza.
(FULL STORY)

Postdoc vacancy in stable isotopes, food webs, and watersheds
[2/1/2010]

(FULL STORY)

Graduate Assistantships in Aquatic Ecology, Summer/Fall 2010
[9/18/2009]
The FULL STORY)

Baylor Student Researchers Study Impacts on Wildlife in Alaska
[7/28/2009]
With construction and new growth in virtually all regions of the United States, getting a better understanding of the role plants play in the survival of local wildlife is vital. Toward this goal, two Baylor University student researchers are spending their summer in the lower Kenai Peninsula in Alaska to research the effects of alder and its nitrogen contributions to small, salmon-rearing streams.
(FULL STORY)

Jason Taylor awarded 2008 EPA-STAR Fellowship
[9/16/2008]
Jason Taylor, a PhD student in Biology, was awarded a $111,000 Fellowship from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
(FULL STORY)

REAL-TIME WEATHER DATA AT THE BEAR FACILITY
[3/13/2008]

(FULL STORY)

Alaska Stream Experiments, Summer 2009
[6/20/2009]
Research trip to the lower Kenai Peninsula with Aquatic Ecology Lab superstar students (Rebecca Shaftel and Katie Zychowski) as they set up their field experiments in small, salmon-rearing streams.
(FULL STORY)

News 8 Austin: Baylor studies water quality
[3/1/2009]
Baylor University is going to the source of the problem when it comes to improving our water. Find out how the university plans to achieve better water.
(FULL STORY)

Expedition Guyana, 27 Jan - 14 Feb 2009
[2/19/2009]

(FULL STORY)

ACS Press Release: Revisiting Phosphorus in the Everglades:
[10/30/2007]
New models suggest that the ecosystem can handle more of the nutrient than regulations currently allow.
(FULL STORY)

Coastal & Estuarine Science News: Development Paves Way for Phragmites Invasion in Chesapeake
[8/23/2007]

(FULL STORY)

Biology professor receives grant to continue stream research in Alaska
[6/13/2007]
Dr. Ryan King, Assistant Professor of Biology, has received a grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency to evaluate the importance of wetlands on groundwater connections to small, headwater streams in Alaska.
(FULL STORY)

Biology professor receives grant from TCEQ to develop ecological indicators
[6/13/2007]
Dr. Ryan King, an Assistant Professor in Biology, has received a $46,967 grant from the Texas Commission on Enviornmental Quality to develop ecological indicators of nutrient pollution in Texas streams.
(FULL STORY)

Saving Salmon: Baylor Magazine
[6/13/2007]

(FULL STORY)

Baylor and Waco Open New Research Facility
[9/20/2006]
With the new water research center glistening behind them, Baylor University President John M. Lilley and Waco Mayor Virginia DuPuy officially opened Baylor Experimental Aquatic Research (BEAR) facility on Sept. 20 at the Lake Waco Wetlands.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor grad student receives honorable mention at TAS conference
[6/13/2007]
Jeffrey Back, a Biology grad student in Dr. Ryan King's lab, received honorable mention for his presentation at the Texas Academy of Sciences meeting in March 2007.
(FULL STORY)

Faculty of 1000 recommends paper by BU professor
[6/13/2007]
The Faculty of 1000, an online database comprised of over 1,000 leading researchers in Biology that reviews and recommends the best papers published each year, has recommended a paper by Baylor Assistant Professor, Dr. Ryan King.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor and Waco Open New Research Facility - Photo Feature
[9/20/2006]

(FULL STORY)

NBC6 News: BEAR facility to improve water quality in region
[6/13/2007]

(FULL STORY)

Homer News: Headwater streams home to salmon
[6/13/2007]

(FULL STORY)

SERC: Watershed urbanization linked to PCBs in estuarine fishes
[6/13/2007]

(FULL STORY)

Smithsonian Research: Urban land strongly linked to PCBs in white perch
[6/13/2007]

(FULL STORY)


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