This year's conference theme is 'Building Climate Solutions'. Our conferences bring together academic, government, business, scientific, and civil society leaders to find science-driven solutions to the complex environmental problems facing society. More »
The symposium brings together all those interested in understanding, measuring, and modeling ET to report on advances in basic science, technology, applied methods, ecological, and socio-economic implications of ET processes and changes at all scales. More »
- Flood's toll: Bearing the burden With millions already spent on flood recovery, Colorado governments weigh mountain residents' requests for jobs they say are too big to tackle alone.
- Reforestation in Lower Mississippi Valley Reduces Sediment A modeling study by U.S. Forest Service researchers shows that reforesting the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley can significantly reduce runoff from agricultural lands.
- California's Rim Fire Sparks Controversy Over Logging It's been three months since California experienced its third largest wildfire in history. The US Forest Service must now decide how to restore the 257-thousand acres burned, and how much salvage logging should occur.
- A meadow re-emerges With thousands of trees encroaching from the surrounding forest, the expansive meadow in the Entiat Valley may have been heading toward extinction. Forests experts are working on a long-range project to study, repair and preserve the meadow.
- How likely is your home to burn in wildifre? New scale rates the risk A fire hazard scale developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and US Forest Service can suggest changes in building codes similar to how the Richter Scale defines risk in an earthquake region.