- Nov 2-5: ASA, CSSA & SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA
- Nov 12: Urban Forest Connections Webinar: Tree Risk Assessment for Municipal Officials
- Dec 8-12: ACES (A Community on Ecosystem Services) Conference, Washington DC: Ecosystem Services Methods & Experiences
- Dec 10: Urban Forest Connections Webinar: Seeing the Future Forest
- Winged Warnings: Built for Survival, Birds in Trouble From Pole to Poles Forests in the Northwoods and Upper Peninsula may look different in the next century thanks to a warming climate. Anew report from the U.S. Forest Service predicts fewer of some types of conifers and more hardwoods in northern forests.
- Climate Change Analysis Predicts Fewer Conifers, More Hardwoods In Northern Forests Forests in the Northwoods and Upper Peninsula may look different in the next century thanks to a warming climate. Anew report from the U.S. Forest Service predicts fewer of some types of conifers and more hardwoods in northern forests.
- Colorado's Iconic Aspens Face Steep Decline From Climate Change In late September and early October, Coloradans swarm to the mountains hoping to experience the magical transformation of aspens from green to gold. A few decades from now, though, those glorious aspen stands are likely to be fewer, as global climate change shifts the places where aspen grow and thrive.
- Experts set sights on saving threatened whitebark pines Whitebark pines are tough trees. They are among the first plants to colonize barren ridgetops. And from thin, rocky soils, they produce oil-rich seeds that feed a host of wildlife, from squirrels to birds to grizzly bears. But whitebark pines need help if the species is going to survive.
- Record Drought Hastens Dramatic Spread of California Wildfires The explosive growth of a massive wildfire in northern California's drought-parched Sierra Nevada Mountains this week has stunned firefighters, defying all predictions about how quickly it would grow.