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Listen to the latest Got Nature? podcast on Using the DNA Animals Leave Behind to learn from Dr. Stephen Spear of the Orianne Society about how he can study the ecology of rare and endangered animals simply by testing water from the streams where animals live.

 

Using the DNA Animals Leave Behind MP3

 

In this podcast our guest host, Emily McCallen, with the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, will be interviewing Dr. Kimberly Terrell about how variability in water temperatures may increase immune function in these giant salamanders.

 

Giant Salamanders Part1: climate change and immune function

 

 

In this podcast our guest host, Dr. Steve Kimble, will be interviewing Joe Greathouse about how variability in water temperatures may influence the foraging ecology in these giant salamanders.

 

Giant Salamanders Part 2: climate change and foraging ecology

 

 

 

In this podcast our guest host, Steve Kimble, will be interviewing Dr. Shem Unger regarding his work on the effects of sedimentation on the physiology of juvenile eastern hellbenders. 

 

Giant Salamanders Part 3: studying young giants