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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Decision Modeling Framework Improves Process for Awarding Firefighting Helicopter Contracts|
Aviation managers desired ways to add more rigor, reliability and transparency to the process. NRS researcher Stephanie Snyder was part of a tea ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2010||NRS|
|For the Rare Prairie Orchid, Science is Making Climate Change Local|
Forest Service researchers, along with their research partners from the University of Minnesota, are helping land managers answer key questions ...
|Resource Management and Use||2016||NRS|
|Forest Carbon Markets and Private Forest Landowners: Perspectives from State Forestry Agencies|
Trees remove carbon from the planet’s atmosphere through photosynthesis and sequester carbon in their wood. Private landowners can manage thei ...
|Water, Air, and Soil||2015||NRS|
|Forest Service Research Evaluates Public Response to Transformed Landfill|
City parks are easy to love, but would you love, or visit, a park that used to be a landfill? As part of a team that included the New York City ...
|How declining size of private forest land holdings impacts public forest lands|
What happens to neighboring public forest lands when a piece of privately held forest land is split into multiple ownership pieces, a process th ...
|Landowners Interested in Managing Family Forest Lands for Carbon|
The nation's family forest lands have the potential to be an important contributor to carbon sequestration efforts, but only if their owners are ...
|Resource Management and Use||2013||NRS|
|Study Assesses Private Forest Landowner Attitudes Towards Forest Carbon Management and Carbon Credit Trading|
Forest lands, if managed in certain ways, can store excess atmospheric carbon, a key contributor to global climate change. This accumulated carb ...
|Resource Management and Use||2014||NRS|
|Study Assesses Public Access to Private Land for Recreation Purposes|
Scientists review opportunities, constraints, and possibilities for relieving recreational pressure on public lands