External News

From "Truffula Trees" to Carbon Storage, Temple's Ambler Campus Offers New Discoveries One Year After Ida|Philadelphia Inquirer: A year after the tornado, the Ambler Field Station is making new discoveries about how forests recover after severe weather events. (This story may require a subscription to the Philadelphia Inquirer to read.)

Weathering the Storm|Temple Now: Marking the anniversary of the tornado, the Ambler Field Station is expanding as a platform for research and learning about climate change.

Destroyed forest teaches new lessons on recovering from disaster| WMAR2 Baltimore: The Temple Ambler Field Station finds research and educational opportunities in the aftermath of an EF-2 tornado.

The Ambler Field Station welcomes high school students through field research activities | Temple News: On March 16, the Temple Ambler Field Station hosted a field research event for students who are taking an AP environmental science class at Upper Dublin High School.

Big idea: Get Philly colleges to band together on Climate Action Plans | Opinion | The Philadelphia Inquirer: Fighting climate change isn’t cheap. So what’s in it for universities? Simply put, there should be no choice. Philadelphia’s universities need Philadelphia to be diverse, green, healthy, racially just, and climate-ready, and Philadelphia needs universities to help get there. (This story may require a subscription to the Philadelphia Inquirer to read.)

Archived News

Temple Ambler Campus innovates courses, repairs campus – The Temple News : As repairs continue from last fall’s tornado, Temple University’s Ambler Campus created the Disturbance Ecology course this spring to turn the natural disaster into a learning experience for students as they finish repairing the campus. In the class, students learn about ecological disturbances

CST Outlook Magazine 2021 : The Temple Ambler Field Station garnered the cover image of the College of Science and Technology's Fall Outlook Magazine, with an accompanying article highlighting opportunities at the Field Station that support the Department of Biology's new Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity degree program.

The road to recovery begins | Temple Now : Temple’s Ambler Campus chooses to focus on the positives and reinvent itself in the wake of a EF2-level tornado hitting campus.

Tornado damage to Temple’s Ambler campus could cost millions and decades to repair | The Inquirer : The "old growth forest" has many fallen trees and bare trees left without limbs or leaves at Temple University's Ambler Campus. The campus suffered damage from a tornado spawned by the remnants of Ida earlier this month.