This is the first in a series of articles on the Cape Cod National Seashore’s science program. It explores why science matters at the Seashore and why it’s at risk.
In the course of an artist’s lifetime, a recurrent theme may emerge almost of its own accord, with an urgency that cannot be ignored. That has certainly been the case […]
Sorry, Farmer’s Almanac. Your prediction of colder than normal temperatures this winter from Washington to Boston proved to be very wrong. Indeed, this is being called “the year without a […]
I have been invited to participate in a (virtual) panel discussion at Ian Edwards’s Art-Science-Climate Broto conference scheduled for May 16-17 in Provincetown. The topic is “Deep Time and Climate […]
WELLFLEET — Jake McGrath of Eastham counts the number of days when the temperature stays below freezing. He’s not counting down to summer. He’s hoping it will stay cold enough […]
PROVINCETOWN — The Old Reliable Fish House property at 227R Commercial St. may be getting rebuilt on piers, and in the applications there’s an eye-popping number for their height: 17 […]
BOSTON — The Boston Globe’s multimedia reporting project “At the Edge of a Warming World,” published with much fanfare last month, held few surprises for Cape Codders. Most of it […]