The KICKSTARTER campaign for THE PENGUIN COUNTERS film about the Antarctic Site Inventory project has just launched!
The campaign seeks funding for a festival-ready cut of the film, which, ultimately, is intended for broadcast worldwide. All contributions – small, medium, or large – will help push us towards our goal of $50,000 and ensure that the word about our penguin research gets out!
Also, please check out the official website for THE PENGUIN COUNTERS:
And THE PENGUIN COUNTERS page on Facebook:
Dr. Lynch was selected to receive the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program award for her work entitled, “The Use of Quantitative Geography to Predict Population Tipping Points for Colonial Seabirds”.
More information on the award and what it means for the Lynch Lab here.
Congratulations to Paula Casanovas, who successfully defended her thesis “Novel approaches to study biodiversity in remote areas: distribution of lichens and penguins across the Antarctic Peninsula” on Monday!
Polar Climate Change Research – A Workshop for Educators, April 10-11, Stony Brook University. Information can be found here and the registration form can be downloaded here.
Check out the latest news of our work on the IOFFE December 2011 from the Huffington Post and The Guardian.
Welcome to the new website of the Lynch Lab for Quantitative Ecology at Stony Brook University.