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Calculating the Hidden Costs of Road Salt

We know that road salt causes corrosion to our vehicles, bridges, and more—but we don’t know to what extent. In partnership with ADK Action, Adirondack Research is investigating the cost burden of road salt use to residents and taxpayers across New York State. By analyzing publicly available […]

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Alexa Rosella

Alexa Rosella

Alexa Rosella is a senior at Hamilton College majoring in biology. She is originally from Los Angeles, CA. At Adirondack Research, Alexa works on web designing and using social media to communicate science to the general public. Outside of work, Alexa can be found hiking, munching on […]

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Natalie Poremba

Natalie Poremba

Natalie Poremba is currently a junior at Hamilton College. Originally from Cleveland, her Environmental Studies major and general love of the outdoors brought her to the Adirondacks through Hamilton’s Adirondack Program. Natalie assists with social media work and web design at Adirondack Research. When not at work, […]

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Anna Mowat

Anna Mowat

Anna is a Junior at Hamilton College majoring in Physics and Environmental Studies. She grew up in Hong Kong. Anna’s projects at Adirondack Research include social media work, web design, and science communication. She has interests in energy efficiency and renewable energy technology. When not working and studying, […]

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John Pikus

John Pikus

  John Pikus is a senior physics major at Hamilton College. He lives in Short Hills, New Jersey but spends much of his free time in the Adirondacks. He works on social media and a project to communicate science to the public for Adirondack Research, with a […]

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Community Conservation Program

Community Conservation Program

We are working with the Lake Placid Land Conservancy to implement their new strategic plan and expand their conservation efforts in the region. This includes engaging landowners within the Ausable River and Saranac River Watersheds. Our Task: To execute a three-phase program that will help Lake Placid Land […]

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DEC Recognizes Adirondack Research for Innovations in Citizen Science

DEC Recognizes Adirondack Research for Innovations in Citizen Science

Adirondack Research and Larry Master recognized for Intervale Lowlands Preserve Saranac Lake, N.Y. (November 17, 2015) ­– Adirondack Research, a Saranac Lake-based ecological research firm, has been awarded one of seven Environmental Excellence Awards by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. This award recognizes organizations […]

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Lewis Lolya

Lewis Lolya

2015 Adirondack ATBI Intern

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Data collection in Real-Time!

At Adirondack Research, we use the most up to date data collection methods available. We often use smartphones for data collection and automatic data backups. Below, you can see, in real-time, the data we are collecting as part of a project for the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant […]

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Owen Hardy

Owen Hardy

Owen brings Geographic Information Systems (GIS), field research, writing, and field survey skills to the team. Owen is originally from Alfred, NY, and first visited the Adirondacks as an undergraduate while conducting field research for a plant biology lab. After a tour as a Marine linguist, he chose to return to […]

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