The State University of New York of Environmental Science and Forestry, commonly referred to as SUNY-ESF was created through a special state legislative Act in 1911. SUNY-ESF is devoted to the understanding, research and doctoral programs in natural resources related fields. SUNY-ESF is located in the Syracuse, New York region and is noted for its forestry, wildlife, natural resources academic excellence. SUNY-ESF is consistently ranked very high by rating panels. SUNY-ESF has various satellite campuses devoted to specialized areas of natural resources.

Address
122 Bray Hall SUNY-ESF 1 Forestry Drive Syracuse, NY 13210
Website
http://www.esf.edu/
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Climate change redistributes global water resources

Rising temperatures worldwide are changing not only weather systems, but—just as importantly—the distribution of water around the globe, according to a study published today (March 14, 2016) in the journal, Scientific ...

Scientists announce top 10 new species for 2014 (w/ Video)

An appealing carnivorous mammal, a 12-meter-tall tree that has been hiding in plain sight and a sea anemone that lives under an Antarctic glacier are among the species identified by the SUNY College of Environmental Science ...

New species of giant Amazonian fish reported

(Phys.org) —A new species of the giant fish arapaima has been discovered from the central Amazon in Brazil, raising questions about what other species remain to be discovered and highlighting the potential for ecological ...

ESF scientist rediscovers long-lost giant fish from Amazon

(Phys.org) —A professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has put aside nearly a century and a half of conventional wisdom with the rediscovery of a species of giant Amazonian fish whose existence ...

On the land, one-quarter of vertebrates die because of humans

Humans have a "disproportionately huge effect" on the other species of vertebrates that share Earth's surface with us, causing more than 25 percent of the deaths among an array of species all over the globe, according to ...

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