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Houston Chronicle
High school cross country state qualifiersCollege Park 15:36.21 4. Alec Wright Montgomery 15:39.13 *5. Dereck Elkins Ro
Houston Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
College Park 15:36.21 4. Alec Wright Montgomery 15:39.13 *5. Dereck Elkins Round Rock Stony Point 15:45.86 6. Zackery Williams College Park 16:01.70 7. Luke Watkins Montgomery 16:02.33 8. Michael Garcia Klein 16:02.36 9. Christopher Daniels... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
High school cross country state qualifiersCollege Park 15:36.21 4. Alec Wright Montgomery 15:39.13 *5. Dereck Elkins Ro
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 hours ago
College Park 15:36.21 4. Alec Wright Montgomery 15:39.13 *5. Dereck Elkins Round Rock Stony Point 15:45.86 6. Zackery Williams College Park 16:01.70 7. Luke Watkins Montgomery 16:02.33 8. Michael Garcia Klein 16:02.36 9. Christopher Daniels... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Dual-credit movement exploding in high schools across the nationon attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted yesterday
on attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said White. "I'm applying to Rice, Stanford and Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts," said Alexander. "Hopefully I'm going to study statistics and maybe computer... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Dual-credit movement exploding in high schools across the nationon attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted yesterday
on attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said White. "I'm applying to Rice, Stanford and Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts," said Alexander. "Hopefully I'm going to study statistics and maybe computer... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Dual-credit movement exploding in high schools across the nationon attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted yesterday
on attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said White. "I'm applying to Rice, Stanford and Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts," said Alexander. "Hopefully I'm going to study statistics and maybe computer... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Dual-credit movement exploding in high schools across the nationon attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said
KXXV Waco / Posted yesterday
on attendingTexas A&M College Station to major in aerospace engineering," said White. "I'm applying to Rice, Stanford and Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts," said Alexander. "Hopefully I'm going to study statistics and maybe computer... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
No disrespect in taking a kneeamong us. That two Middlebury College football players knelt on the sidelines
The Addison County Independent / Posted 4 days ago
among us. That two Middlebury College football players knelt on the sidelines this past weekend before their game with Williams College brings such symbolism to life locally — and that should be welcome if understood in the context it is meant.... Read more
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The Trinity Tripod
Reflections on Trinity’s Rome Study Abroad Programthis year are from Trinity, there are a fair amount from Bates College and Roll
The Trinity Tripod / Posted 5 days ago
this year are from Trinity, there are a fair amount from Bates College and Rollins College, as well as students from Williams College, Colby College and Wesleyan College. It is the perfect balance of Trinity and non-Trinity students, and the... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Dead & Company adds Hartford to tour datesMusic Hall, Hartford - Nov. 4 Carbon Leaf - Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield -
The Middletown Press / Posted 6 days ago
Music Hall, Hartford - Nov. 4 Carbon Leaf - Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield - Nov. 9 Shawn Colvin & her Band and Larry Williams with Teresa Williams - College Street Music Hall, New Haven - Nov. 9 Sinbad - Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Paint the Town Red: A History of Wesleyan’s School Colorsthe original choice of mauve is unsurprising considering the founding president
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 7 days ago
the original choice of mauve is unsurprising considering the founding president of Amherst was previously a president of Williams College. The University’s history of purple is even more elusive, but whatever the origin, lavender is literally a... Read more
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The Trinity Tripod
Football Wins Again, Defeats Williams Ephs 17-9’20 STAFF WRITER This weekend, the undefeated Trinity Bantams football team we
The Trinity Tripod / Posted 7 days ago
’20 STAFF WRITER This weekend, the undefeated Trinity Bantams football team welcomed another undefeated rival, the Williams College Ephs. Less than five minutes into the contest, defensive end Brandon Blaise (’18) recovered a fumble by Ephs... Read more
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The Trinity Tripod
Bants Destroy Bobcats 51-0 on the RoadMatt McCarthy ‘21 and Xavier Francis made 7 and 6. The Bantams return to Hartf
The Trinity Tripod / Posted 7 days ago
Matt McCarthy ‘21 and Xavier Francis made 7 and 6. The Bantams return to Hartford this Saturday, September 30 to face the Williams College Ephs. Trinity will look to extend its 11 game winning streak carrying back to last season, as they vie for... Read more
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The Trinity Tripod
Golf Wins NESCAC Qualifier by 20 Shotsfor a third place finish with 147 (74-73). Overall, the Bantams finished the tw
The Trinity Tripod / Posted 7 days ago
for a third place finish with 147 (74-73). Overall, the Bantams finished the two-day tournament with a 6-over 582, beating Williams College by a whopping 20 shots. Saturday’s first round was tested with harsh winds, blistering temperatures, and... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Group Think | Why do so many students want to transfer to Wharton?students who choose to pursue a liberal arts degree at Penn — and not some othe
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 10 days ago
students who choose to pursue a liberal arts degree at Penn — and not some other exclusively liberal arts institution like Williams College — do so because of their pre-professional interests. So it’s not really surprising that people who later... Read more
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Boston Globe
When seeing is restoring: A Midwest visitor renews her love of art at N.E. museumsIt’s also a meditation on what it means to watch such events from our homes and
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
It’s also a meditation on what it means to watch such events from our homes and through our screens. The exhibits at the Williams College Museum of Art, in Williamstown, were especially rigorous, often posing questions about the very nature of... Read more
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Boston Globe
A season for art at New England museumstranscendental works tap Op Art, decorative art, Japanese printmaking, Tantric
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
transcendental works tap Op Art, decorative art, Japanese printmaking, Tantric painting, and more. Through Jan. 28. Williams College Museum of Art, 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Williamstown. 413-597-2429, www.wcma.williams.edu COOL MEDIUM: Art,... Read more
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Daily Star
Lost Fukushima ghost ship washes ashore in Hawaii with MUTANT creatures on boardboat was removed and probably thrown in the trash.” Now Dr Berg has sent speci
Daily Star / Posted 11 days ago
boat was removed and probably thrown in the trash.” Now Dr Berg has sent specimens from the boat to Dr James Carlton of Williams College in the US state of Connecticut, an expert on invasive species. He added: “Dr Carlton and I are pretty sure... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Ghost ship swept out to sea 'washes up on beach with aliens on board'boat was removed and probably thrown in the trash.” Now Dr Berg has sent speci
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
boat was removed and probably thrown in the trash.” Now Dr Berg has sent specimens from the boat to Dr James Carlton of Williams College in the US state of Connecticut, an expert on invasive species. He added: “Dr Carlton and I are pretty sure... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Concert Connection: Guns ‘N Roses are coming to Hartford Oct. 23Music Hall, Hartford - Nov. 4 Carbon Leaf - Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield -
The Middletown Press / Posted 13 days ago
Music Hall, Hartford - Nov. 4 Carbon Leaf - Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield - Nov. 9 Shawn Colvin & her band and Larry Williams with Teresa Williams - College Street Music Hall, New Haven - Nov. 9 Sinbad - Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Buttonwood Tree to feature Avery Sharpe, Kris Allen Oct. 20, The Kennedys Oct. 21the “Godmother of Rock n’ Roll,” Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Sharpe continues to tou
The Middletown Press / Posted 13 days ago
the “Godmother of Rock n’ Roll,” Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Sharpe continues to tour and compose and is an artist associate at Williams College, where he coaches jazz ensembles and the gospel choir. Allen, alto saxophonist, has enjoyed a long career... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 14 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Debates, protests increase over universities’ slavery tiesone black leader responded ‘We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
Northwest Herald / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded ‘We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,’ ” Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. “Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the ‘friendly... Read more
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The Star
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
The Star / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Debates protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
Stamford Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
The New Canaan News / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery tiesone black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 days ago
one black leader responded 'We prefer to think of General Carr in terms of his benefactions, not his politics,'" Williams College history professor Louise Brown wrote in the book. "Thus the Durham black elite opted to cite the 'friendly... Read more
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The Scientist
How Animals and Plants Weather Hurricanesthat rafting has influenced “how a great many species of animals and plants arr
The Scientist / Posted 17 days ago
that rafting has influenced “how a great many species of animals and plants arrived on islands or distant shores,” says Williams College marine scientist James Carlton, who led the tsunami study. This means intense storms may play a major role... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Ticket: The week ahead in the arts worldtranscendental works tap Op Art, decorative art, Japanese printmaking, Tantric
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
transcendental works tap Op Art, decorative art, Japanese printmaking, Tantric painting, and more. Through Jan. 28. Williams College Museum of Art, 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Williamstown. 413-597-2429, wcma.williams.edu TINDER LIVE WITH LANE... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Bruins Journal: Canton, Mass.' Dan Muse debuts as Preds assistant coachand be able to watch this, I’m really happy she has that opportunity.” Muse re
The Providence Journal / Posted 18 days ago
and be able to watch this, I’m really happy she has that opportunity.” Muse reached the NCAA as an assistant at Division 3 Williams College in 2007-08, moved up to Division 1 as a Sacred Heart University assistant a year later, then made a bigger... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Concert Connection: Jay Leno coming to the Bushnellfight against Breast Cancer. For tickets or more information you can call 860-9
The Middletown Press / Posted 20 days ago
fight against Breast Cancer. For tickets or more information you can call 860-987-5900. Upcoming concerts Best Coast - College Street Music Hall, New Haven - Oct. 5 Martin Barre - Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield - Oct. 5 The Rippingtons -... Read more
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Pilipino Star
By John H. Power: Sen. Jose W. Diokno lectures Gerry Sicat on political feasibility of economic policy proposalsUniversity of Hawaii Department of Economics. Early in his career, he taught at
Pilipino Star / Posted 20 days ago
University of Hawaii Department of Economics. Early in his career, he taught at Stanford (where he earned his PhD) and at Williams College in Massachusetts. From Williams, the University of Wisconsin decided to hire John and sent him to the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debris, landing in U.S.Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author Ja
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Gibson talks book, Trumpprinciples established in late-18th Century America. Gibson, a former Republic
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 22 days ago
principles established in late-18th Century America. Gibson, a former Republican congressman from Kinderhook and current Williams College professor, outlines his vision for changing government and political culture in "Rally Point: Five Tasks to... Read more
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Campus Times - University of Rochester
In both Cross Country and ROTC, Phinney is a leaderwas recently named UAA Athlete of the Week after finishing 114th out of 300 run
Campus Times - University of Rochester / Posted 22 days ago
was recently named UAA Athlete of the Week after finishing 114th out of 300 runners in the eight-kilometer race at the Williams College Purple Valley Classic with a time of 28:24.7. He was UR’s top male finisher during the meet. What is your... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debrisScience. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author Ja
KWWL Iowa / Posted 23 days ago
Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debrisScience. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author Ja
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 23 days ago
Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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TribLIVE
Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debrisScience. “It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette,” said lead author Ja
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
Science. “It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette,” said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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Newsmax
Tsunami Sea Creatures to US: Critters Hitchhiked on 2011 Japan Tidal Wave DebrisScience. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author Ja
Newsmax / Posted 24 days ago
Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Sea creatures hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debrisin the study. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," lead author Ja
Calgary Sun / Posted 24 days ago
in the study. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College told the Associated Press. Since much of this debris was made of plastic that isn't biodegradable, it... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debrisScience. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author Ja
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 24 days ago
Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debrisScience. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author Ja
KXXV Waco / Posted 24 days ago
Science. "It's a bit of what we call ecological roulette," said lead author James Carlton, a marine sciences professor at Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It will be years before scientists know if the 289 Japanese species thrive... Read more
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express
Invasive species: Sea creatures hitch a ride on debris and wreck havoc where they landwarned James Carlton, an internationally known invasive species expert with the
express / Posted 24 days ago
warned James Carlton, an internationally known invasive species expert with the Maritime Studies Programme of Williams College and Mystic Seaport, and lead author of the study. “These vast quantities of non-biodegradable debris,... Read more
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