Author: Justine E. Hausheer

Justine Hausheer is a graduate of Princeton University, where she received a B.A. in English and a minor in Environmental Studies. A native of Orlando, Florida, she enjoys rowing, cooking, traveling, and picking up strange rocks. Visit her website or follow her on Twitter.

One genome at a time

One genome at a time

George Amato’s conservation mission

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted December 16, 2012

Our little blue marble

Our little blue marble

With all eyes focused on Mars, what about Earth?

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted September 14, 2012

Fire and flight

Fire and flight

Is there hope for the Florida scrub-jay?

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted August 9, 2012

Friday Science Cinema

Friday Science Cinema

Because you can procrastinate for another few minutes…

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted July 20, 2012

From plaster to programming

From plaster to programming

How borrowed technologies are changing paleontology

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted June 7, 2012

Birding from parking level five

Birding from parking level five

Suburban ospreys in Florida

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted May 25, 2012

Test-tube conservation

Test-tube conservation

Will emerging technologies save imperiled wildlife?

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted March 28, 2012

One dinosaur too many?

One dinosaur too many?

Jack Horner works to reclassify dinosaur species

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted February 2, 2012

Between the flows

Between the flows

Gerta Keller’s controversial dinosaur-extinction theory

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted January 22, 2012

Not your average visit to the zoo

Not your average visit to the zoo

The wackiest animal news from 2011

By Justine E. Hausheer and Kelly Slivka | Posted December 31, 2011

Amphibians on the brink

Amphibians on the brink

What you should know about a frog-killing fungus

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted December 9, 2011

Tasmanian tiger wrongfully hunted to extinction

Tasmanian tiger wrongfully hunted to extinction

Skull analysis reveals it hunted prey smaller than sheep

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted November 15, 2011

White-nose syndrome is threatening North American bats

White-nose syndrome is threatening North American bats

Bat expert Rob Mies talks about the deadly fungus

By Justine E. Hausheer | Posted October 10, 2011