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Williams Publishes Article in Lepidopterists’ Journal

An article co-authored by Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Biology, appears in the current issue of the Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society. “Overwintering clusters of the monarch butterfly coincide with the least hazardous vertical temperatures in the oyamel forest” presents the results of the authors’ study of the impact of temperature on the survival of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico.  More ...

Spirals in a pinecone.
Williams' Nature Photos on Exhibit in Old Forge

Photos taken by Ernest Williams for his book The Nature Handbook (2005) are currently being exhibited at The Old Forge Arts Center through July 28.  Williams is the Christian A. Johnson  Excellence in Teaching Professor of Biology.  More ...

Monarchs Cluster - E. Williams
Williams Research on Science News Homepage

A paper co-authored by Christian A. Johnson Professor of Biology Ernest Williams titled"Decline of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico: is the migratory phenomenon at risk?" is the subject of an article on the homepage of Science News dated April 4.  More ...

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Williams Publishes Monarch Butterfly Article

An article co-authored by Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Biology, recently appeared online in the journal Insect Conservation and Diversity. “Decline of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico: is the migratory phenomenon at risk?” will appear in a forthcoming print issue of the publication, which is a journal of the Royal Entomological Society.  More ...

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Williams Gives Talk at Utica College

Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Professor of Biology, gave a talk at Utica College sponsored by the Asa Gray Biological Society on Feb. 28. The title was "Microclimate benefits for monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico," and the talk was based on work he has done in Mexico over the past several years.  More ...

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Williams Presents at Biology of Butterflies Conference
Christian A. Johnson Professor of Biology Ernest Williams recently presented a talk at the 6th International Conference on the Biology of Butterflies, held at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. More ...
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Williams, Reynolds and Oerlemans Co-Author Book Chapter
A book with a chapter coauthored by Hamilton faculty Ernest Williams, Patrick Reynolds and Onno Oerlemans has been published by the University of Iowa Press. The chapter, “Interdisciplinary Teaching about the Adirondacks,” appears in Nature and Culture in the Northern Forest, (edited by Pavel Cenkl, 2010). More ...
A patch of blue lupine.
Williams Publishes Conservation Column
Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Biology, published a conservation column titled "Managing Habitat for Lupines and Rare Butterflies" in the magazine of the Lepidopterists' Society. More ...
The ecology class on Whiteface Mountain.
Ecology Class Conquers Whiteface
The Ecology class made its annual trip up Whiteface Mountain on Sunday, Sept. 27. Despite low cloud cover, the group was able to study changes in forest composition and size at different elevations, the dwarfed trees (krummholtz) near the mountain top, and the vegetation of the alpine zone. The class is taught jointly by Associate Professor of Biology Bill Pfitsch and Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Professor of Biology. More ...
Monarch cluster (photo by Ernest Williams)
Williams' Collaborative Research Noted in BBC Wildlife Discoveries
A story about monarch butterfly research that Christian A. Johnson Professor of Biology Ernest Williams conducted with collaborators was published in BBC Wildlife Discoveries for October, 2009. The BBC story describes the results the researchers published in Insect Conservation and Diversity (2009) 2, 163-175. The research paper was titled “Oyamel fir forest trunks provide thermal advantages for overwintering monarch butterflies in Mexico.” More ...
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