Environmental History of the Susquehanna Valley Around the Time of European Contact

The Native Americans inhabiting the Susquehanna Valley of New York and Pennsylvania are now known as the Susquehannock, and history often depicts them as greedy and violent—willing and able to attack anyone from the Chesapeake Bay to the St. Lawrence River. But, does this accurately describe the Susquehannock, or is it merely another dehumanized narrative? April M. Beisaw will be a panel member for Planning Ahead in the Antthropocene on June 18, 7:00 PM at CEIE.

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Phytoplankton, Climate Change, and a River Like Fine Wine: Michael Twiss Brings Aquatic Science to NPR

“It’s a crisp sunny morning on the St. Lawrence River. All of the Great Lakes’ water flows through here on its way to the ocean. Michael Twiss is leaning over the edge of his research boat. He swishes the water like he’s sniffing fine wine.” — David Sommerstein, Michigan Public Radio

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