All posts by John Suval

The Surveyor’s Stone: Unearthing Hidden Markers of the American Landscape

Buried in the nineteenth century, stone markers continue to serve as the official, and often elusive, demarcation points of the Public Land Survey System.

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CHE Group at Flambeau Mine with Industrial Outlot in Background

Reflections on Extraction 2: Whose Risks, Whose Choices?

In a second set of reflections on “Landscapes of Extraction,” CHE members explore how communities negotiate the trade-offs of mining: private gain versus public well-being, individual enterprise versus regulatory caution, and economic necessity versus environmental risk.

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Headline from a Liberian Newspaper Photo by Alexander Ush Wiaplah.

The Invisible War: Emmanuel Urey on Ebola in Liberia

The current Ebola epidemic has claimed close to 4000 lives in West Africa. Edge Effects interviews CHE Graduate Associate and Liberian citizen Emmanuel Urey about the crisis.

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