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Nick Haddad


Haddad Lab in the Media

2013
Laura Martin writes about St. Francis' satyrs, and endangered species on military lands for Smithsonian Magazine [article]

2012
Nick talks to Science about a large new connectivity experiment, The Metatron. [article]

Nick discusses conservation planning for connectivity around Ft. Bragg, NC in the Fayetteville Observer [article]

2011
Rob reveals Nick and Allison's argument about what is the rarest butterfly in Smithsonion Magazine [article]

The corridor project weighs large in summing up the evidence for the creation of wildlife corridors in an e360 article.

St. Francis' satyr featured in Wildlife in North Carolina and the Endangered Species Bulletin

Allison provides an update on the conservation and restoration of Crystal Skippers in Coastwatch [article]

Nick discusses what we've learned from the Corridor Project on Curiouser and Curiouser with Jai Ranganathan [podcast]

2010
Raleigh News and Observer article about the lab's work on conservation of rare Carolina gopher frogs at Ft. Bragg

Fayetteville Observer article about 10th anniversary of the NC Sandhills Conservation Partnership

2009
NC State Press Release discussing results of paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, that was picked up by Scientific American's blog.

2008
NC State Press Release discussing results of paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Nick discusses with the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) the conservation implications of Cadotte, et al.'s 2008 paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on using phylogenetic diversity to predict the functioning of ecosystems.

2007
Allison's work on the rare Crystal Skipper is featured in NC SeaGrant's publication, Coastwatch

2006

Ellen on NPR's Morning Edition discussing Science article by Ellen, Nick, and the Corridor Research Group that showed corridors increase plant diversity, and have the greatest impacts on native species of restoration interest

NY Times article, National Geographic News article on the Science article

NC State Press Release reporting the new SERDP grant to study connectivity for multiple animal species of conservation concern in and around military lands in longleaf pine ecosystems

2005
Collaborator Doug Levey on NPR's All Things Considered discussing Science article by the Corridor Research Group that showed local bird behaviors can be used to predict the effects of corridors on the long distance dispersal of fruiting plants

Accompanying feature article in Science, and NC State and National Science Foundation Press Releases on the Science article

2003
Raleigh News and Observer features research on the endangered St. Francis satyr butterfly

2002
Raleigh News and Observer article and NC State Press Release on paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by the Corridor Research Group

National Wildlife feature on corridors, including our work

NC State Press Release on research on the endangered St. Francis satyr butterfly at Ft. Bragg

2001
ScienceNOW article on Ecology (2003) paper showing that many different types of species, including butterflies, small mammals, and plants, preferentially move through corridors
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