Original Research Articles:

Juman, Z, R. Lamarche, A. Luciano, and P. Pedro. 2017. Preferred soil conditions of invertebrates at SUNY Purchase. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 2 - 10. (pdf)

Barone, D and M.N. Leichman. 2017. Frequency of raccoon occurrence at two dumpster sites on SUNY Purchase College campus. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 11 - 18. (pdf)

Lau, J. and L. Medina. 2017. Differences in plant diversity and dimensions between edge and contiguous forest habitats. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 19 - 28. (pdf)

Rossiello, C., J. Matkowski, and M. Garafalo. 2017. Effect of species diversity and habitat type on dispersal of black tar spot disease in Acer platanoides. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 29 - 35. (pdf)

Demopoulos, D., G. Humphries, and I. Wrobel. 2017. A bug’s life: diversity and abundance of insects on Purchase College campus. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 36 - 43. (pdf)

Doherty, B., S. Robinson, and A. Youre-Moses. 2017. The effects of runoff on Blind Brook and its potential impact on the Long Island Sound. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 44 - 51. (pdf)

Donovan, G., and P. Harmon. 2017. Effects of urbanization on the northeastern mammal species: dumpsters as a food source for nocturnal omnivores. Purchase College Journal of Ecology 1: 52 - 58. (pdf)