The Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies (AJES) is a peer-reviewed academic journal that exists to foster a dialogue about the broad range of issues that concern the Adirondacks and Northern Forest. AJES serves to bridge the gaps among academic disciplines and among researchers and practitioners devoted to understanding and promoting the development of sustainable communities, both human and wild. The journal purposefully avoids serving as a vehicle for any single or special point of view. To the contrary, in searching for common ground AJES welcomes variety and a broad spectrum of research and opinion from its contributors.
Current Issue: Volume 22, Number 1 (2018)Women and leadership is a theme of this edition of AJES.
Table of Contents
From Trash to Treasure: How One School's Effort to Transform Food Waste Is Connecting Communities in the North Country
Becca Miller and John Culpepper
Influence of Climate on Long-Term Recovery of Adirondack Mountain Lakewater Chemistry from Atmospheric Deposition of Sulfur and Nitrogen
Todd C. McDonnell, Timothy J. Sullivan, and Colin M. Beier
Evaluating the Recovery of Upper Saranac Lake, NY
Corey L. Laxson, Sean Regalado, and Daniel L. Kelting