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a selection of published stories, data visualizations, and opinion pieces

2020

East Harbor is Thriving, But Is That Enough?
Provincetown Independent
Horseshoe Crabs in Comeback
Provincetown Independent

2019

Not All Fungi Foragers Are Good Environmental Stewards
Provincetown Independent
The History of Ancient Hurricanes Is Written in Sand and Mud
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Finding Increasingly Rare Refuge on a Truro Farm
Provincetown Independent
Outer Cape Immunization Rates Among Lowest in State
Provincetown Independent
An Ancient Cycle of Erosion Carves the Beach
Provincetown Independent
A Battle for Whales Against Rope
Provincetown Independent
Mayo Creek Project May Be Key to Harbor Improvement
Provincetown Independent
Tenant Farmers Take Root in Truro
Provincetown Independent
Culling Seals Is Wrong Answer to Shark Threat, Scientists Say
Provincetown Independent

2018

Extra chromosomes make August oysters extra plump
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Peregrine has a ‘Hair’ day in Provincetown
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Number-one issue at ponds is climate change, not pee
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Wellfleet dredging crisis leaves boats stuck, shellfish smothered
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Lionesse comes to Provincetown and vends with a roar
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2016

Gypsy moth invasion turns patios into poop decks
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Impact of Herring River restoration is topic of hearing tonight
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Wellfleet hopes to make the historic modern again
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Hurricane Katrina author to speak at Wellfleet Public Library
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