The 2013 deer harvest in northeastern Minnesota declined from last year.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources plans to hold a public hearing in Superior on Tuesday, November 26.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
Did you know there are 30 million deer in America today, 100 times more than a century ago? On the eve of deer opener, Buck talked with Al Cambronne, author of "Deerland," about the significant impact the deer has had on our environment, the huge hunting industry, and much more.
Dr. John Smol, one of the world's top Arctic researchers, on learning about climate change from lake sediment samples-
Buck spoke Oct. 24 with Prof. John Smol of Queen's University in Ontario about his work in paleolimnology, or the study of lake sediment to study environmental changes, especially climate change. Dr. Smol was recently named by Canadian Geographic magazine as one of the top Canadians making a difference in Canada and the world.
Dr. Barbara Sherwood Lollar, earth sciences researcher, has found very old water in the Earth's crust-
Dr. Barbara Sherwood Lollar of the University of Toronto was recently named by Canadian Geographic as someone making a significant difference in Canada and the world for her work in discovering and analyzing ancient water in the Earth's crust. She joined Buck Oct. 18 to talk about the discovery, and its significance, including what it might mean for the possibility of water and life on other planets.