ES PhD Candidate Appears in The New York Times

Luanne Johnson, PhD candidate in environmental studies, tracks the habits of coastal skunks, looking particularly at their effect on shorebird populations.

Luanne’s work has recently been the subject of a spate of news coverage. The Cape Cod Times, the Vineyard Gazette, and The New York Times have all featured her activities.

Luanne has also been profiled here on the Antioch New England website.

Right: Luanne and Babs on the beach on Martha’s Vineyard. Photo by Jim Pepper.

 

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