Landscape level damage done by one type of insect benefits another.
A research partnership begins addressing new information needs the 2020 fire season confirms.
As Colorado State University prepares to implement new COVID-19 health protocols in fall classes starting Aug. 24, more faculty members have gotten a taste of what the new normal will be like as they tested the guidelines in their summer courses.
The model demonstrates potential risks and worst-case scenarios COVID-19 poses for the fire management community.
Three summer courses are providing a glimpse of the new normal at Colorado State University, at least for the fall, as faculty and students return to campus with new health protocols prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Forest recovery may increasingly be compromised by lack of tree seed sources, warmer and drier post-fire climate and more frequent reburning.
Representatives from 55 agencies and organizations tackled forest management challenges and opportunities.