Author Archives: Prof. Seto
Here’s an article that features Bobby. Remember how he was telling us about the birth control in the subways during the rat safari? http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324662404578334430034347550.html
Here’s an interesting dataset that could be useful for us
Here’s an interesting piece about Robin Nagle’s Picking Up. When we were on the Rat Safari, it was mentioned to us, as well as Robert Sullivan’s Rats.
It’s a shame our organism is a burrower. GPS would be great. And the Cameras would be good too. http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57589255-1/cat-secrets-researchers-track-50-felines-with-gps-cams/
Seen originally at: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/seto1101sp2013 Rains and flooding will cause the critters that live underground to emerge. Just be glad it’s been a relatively dry April. Here’s an article about something that can happen during extreme flooding as seen with Hurricane … Continue reading
Pied piper a plague risk? Mostly about how small reservoirs can still carry epidemic disease The computer model shows that plague can persist in very low rat populations (about 60,000) and spreads to humans only when some random event reduces … Continue reading
Something I saw yesterday coming into Pearl. Like an idiot, I forgot to turn my phone sideways. This guy is about to die. Probably hemorrhaging internally.
The effect of feeders in our parks. Even the Squirrels back off!