Monthly Archives: June 2016

Strawberry Moon Walk and Last Week’s Updates

We would like to thank everyone who showed up to the Moonlit Walk this past Monday! To those that could not make it, last Monday was the Strawberry moon. Called such by the Algonquin tribe as it indicated the ripening … Continue reading Continue reading

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From Garlic Mustard to Japanese Barberry

This week, we started removing Japanese barberry from the North Woods! Barberry or Berberis thunbergii is an invasive shrub species in the woods. It is native to Japan and was introduced to the United States in the late 1800s as … Continue reading Continue reading

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Haptic Recurrence

Some haptic exploration recurrence. More on this later-

CORM!
 
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Hello from the 2016 North Woods Stewards!

Greetings! Sana and I have started our positions as the North Woods stewards. For the next 10 weeks we will be doing a lot of work in our beloved North Woods. We will be maintaining trails/updating kiosks, removing invasive species, … Continue reading Continue reading

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Colorful Visualization of the day

An in-development look at some age judgement data. Not sure what it is telling me yet, but I can’t let that stop me from looking at it? Continue reading

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Temporal Integration at Extremely Low Contrast

Gabe Diaz’ thesis from 2004.   The goal of this research is to investigate the relationship between the abil- ity to recognize objects at very low contrasts and the duration for which they are presented. Empirical evidence suggests… Read More Continue reading

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