“We use science to inform decisions.”

Adirondack Research is a contract research firm focused on social science, climate change, and invasive species. We have over ten years experience in research, experimental design, and project planning. We develop and conduct process-based research for a wide range of ecological and socio-economic topics.

What we do

Choose the topic below that best describes how we can serve your organization’s needs. 

Information for New Clients

 

We work on a variety of ecological and socio-economic projects in New York State and across the Eastern United States. Please browse some of our current and past projects below.

Project Portfolio

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    Surveying Post-treatment Phragmites australis
    The Nature Conservancy
    2015 Survey sites for Japanese knotweed and Phragmites australis. Adirondack Research was contracted by the...
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    Early Childhood Education (Opportunity Analysis)
    Adirondack Foundation
    We assessed the current coverage, shortcomings, and opportunities for education support of 0-3 year olds...
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    Adirondack All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory
    Paul Smith's College
    We are coordinating yearly BioBlitzes for the Adirondack All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory as a joint...
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    Emerald Ash Borer Monitoring
    USDA APHIS
    Adirondack Research is testing trap designs for United States Department of Agriculture in New...
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    Phenology Trail Development
    Northern New York Audubon
    Adirondack Research received funding from the Northern NY Audubon to create a phenology trail...
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    Investigating Climate Change on Forest Insects
    University of Wisconsin
    We investigate the effects of climate change on insect-plant phenology and chemistry
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    Monitoring Climate Change in the Adirondacks
    Wildlife Conservation Society and Intervale Lowlands Preserve
    We are monitoring at Intervale Lowlands Preserve as the climate changes
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    Informing Invasive Species Regulation
    New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
    We help the NYS DEC determine which non-native species are "invasive"
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    Testing Asian Longhorned Beetle Pheromones
    The Pennsylvania State University
    We test pheromone blends for increased monitoring effectiveness

Client Testimonials

Contact

Adirondack Research
28 St. Bernard Street
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Phone: (518) 253-4112

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