Jun 07, 2001 — Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley pick up a topic from late spring--plant defenses. How do plant protect themselves from other plants that creep into their space? Cucumbers spray herbicide. Go to full article
May 31, 2001 — Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager discuss hawkowls, a very rare arctic visitor to the Adirondacks. This daytime predator differs in many ways from its more temperate cousins. Go to full article
May 24, 2001 — The relationships between parasites and their hosts is a complicated balance. Those that kill their hosts are failures in the long run. Dr Curt Stager and Martha Foley look at parasitism. Go to full article
May 17, 2001 — Most drivers have had the experience of being unable to avoid animals in the road. How much of a threat to wildlife are we and our vehicles? Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley tally the carnage. Go to full article
May 03, 2001 — Fewer honeybees doesn't just mean less honey. Honeybees also play a large role in the agricultural world. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foleytell why bees are such valuable resources. Go to full article
Many strains or staph bacteria show resistance to drugs.
Apr 19, 2001 — Bacteria and viruses can adapt with extreme speed to survive exposure to antibiotics and other drugs. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley talk about the genetic changes and rapid evolution known as drug resistance. Go to full article
Apr 12, 2001 — Opossums are very ancient, as mammals go. These marsupials have spread their range into Northern New York over the last few decades. Martha Foley talks with Dr. Curt Stager about opossums. Go to full article