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Helping to understand the decline in U.S. fertility

Demographic historian J. David Hacker’s study of American fertility decline from 1790-2000 may reshape the way we understand that period in the life of the nation.
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Richard Andrus
Associate Professor of Environmental Science
Horticulture; Foliage; Bryology; Problems of Wetlands; Tropical Ecology and Sustainable Development
http://geology.binghamton.edu/faculty/andrus/andrus.html

John Titus
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Horticulture; Foliage; Compositional changes in natural communities; Freshwater Macrophyte Ecology; Forest Wildflower Restoration
http://www2.binghamton.edu/biology/faculty/titus.html

Juliet Berling
Environmental Resource Manager of Physical Facilities
Compost; Environmental issues
http://www2.binghamton.edu/environmental-studies/faculty/index.html

Dylan Horvath
Steward of Natural Areas in Environmental Studies
Wildlife; Biology/Ecology - Wolverines, Bats, Salamanders, and Birds
http://geology.binghamton.edu/staff/horvath/horvath.html

Peter Knuepfer
Associate Professor & Director of Geological Sciences and Environnmental Studies
Neotectonics; Geomorphology; Natural Hazards; Landscapes and Soils; Geological studies in New Zealand; Geologic Evidence for Climate Change; Volcanoes; Earthquake Hazards and Active Faulting; Glaciers and New York Glacial History
http://geology.binghamton.edu/faculty/knuepfer/knuepfer.html

Julian Shepherd
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Biological Conservation Issues; Biological Inventories; Wetlands Issues
http://www2.binghamton.edu/biology/faculty/shepherd.html
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