Archive for the UsingScience Category

Guiding New York State’s Classification of Boreas Ponds

The Boreas Ponds Tract—over 20,000 acres of pristine wetlands, forests and mountains adjacent to the Adirondack high peaks—is now open to the public for the first time in more than a century, thanks to the state’s purchase of the tract. Adirondack Research developed and performed a scientific assessment […]

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Solving Social Challenges

Solving Social Challenges

Adirondack Research is dedicated to supporting science-backed solutions to social problems large and small. Partnering with the Adirondack Foundation, we assessed the opportunities for education support of children between birth and age three (BT3) in northern New York State. We used standardized assessment protocol followed by a […]

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Advising on Invasive Species in New York State

Advising on Invasive Species in New York State

Invasive plants and animals pose a risk to ecosystem and human health, and often cause economic harm as well. Adirondack Research has conducted assessments of non-native plants for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to inform official lists of invasive species. Our detailed assessments support state […]

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