Rattlesnake Hibernation Research

Brock University’s Brock News has written up a great piece on Anne Yagi’s (an MSc student in my lab) research.  Anne has worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources for a number of years and joined my lab to pursue questions into the overwintering physiology of snakes.  The article below covers the Conservation Physiological approach she has been taking to understand neonatal rattlesnakes in a sensitive population.  Hopefully we’ll be publishing on this soon.  Congratulations Anne!

https://brocku.ca/brock-news/2017/05/brock-research-helps-reverse-rattlesnakes-death-rate/

2 thoughts on “Rattlesnake Hibernation Research

  1. Hey, A few quick questions. So you are going through WordPress for your blog. It’s a blog, right? I was thinking of starting one for my random to haphazard observations–everything from measuring soil temperature to noting when Barrow plants flower to snow density measurements in the driveway and on tundra. All for fun, not work related. I thought that I would try to enter things like this and some photos once a week or so in a blog. Any advice? Things I should not do? How’s WordPress? Things you would do differently? Thanks, T

    On Mon, Jun 5, 2017 at 5:02 AM, Tattersall Lab (T.E.M.P.) wrote:

    > gtattersall posted: “My university has written up a great piece on Anne > Yagi’s (an MSc student in my lab) research. Anne has worked for the > Ministry of Natural Resources for a number of years and joined my lab to > pursue questions into the overwintering physiology of snakes. ” >

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