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All posts tagged Fieldwork

Remembering Lost Landscapes in Cambodia

Nearly forty years after the Pol Pot time, Cambodia’s landscape testifies to a tumultuous past and hints at an uncertain environmental future.


Running in Kenya, a Field Story

Reflections on running and research in Kenya.


Postcards from the Field

Ghost towns, cougar encounters, and a rock band’s tour across Europe. How five graduate students spent the summer.


Finding Longleaf Pine in American History

Longleaf pine once covered 90 million acres in the southeastern U.S. What came after the felling of trees mattered to both people and the environment.


Postcards from the Field: Part 2

A second batch of postcards showcases the summer travels, fieldwork, and adventures of CHE graduate students.


Postcards from the Field: Part 1

What’s in the mail? The first of two batches of “postcards” featuring stories from CHE grads about their summer travels and fieldwork.