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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Can We Bank on Forest Seed Banks|
Community composition of seeds stored in forest soils becomes increasingly divergent over time
|Resource Management and Use||2012||NRS|
|Hurricanes Disturb Non-tree Subtropical Wet Forest Species Composition |
Hurricane disturbance caused pronounced and persistent changes in the non-tree species composition of a subtropical wet forest. A unique long-te ...
|Water, Air, and Soil||2011||NRS|
|International Symposium Improves Understanding of Disturbance and Salvage Logging and Forest Sustainability|
The Forest Service’s Northern Research Station along with the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History sponsored an ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Inventory and Monitoring
|Landscape-level Deer Herd Reductions Restore Forest Understory Plant Communities but Not Species Diversity|
Since 2001, NRS scientist Alejandro Royo has tracked the response of herbaceous plant communities to deer herd reductions throughout the 70,000- ...
|Resource Management and Use||2010||NRS|
|Managing the foodscape to alleviate deer browsing|
Forest plant biodiversity is being degraded by browsing from overabundant deer herds, but forest management can alleviate impacts. Research by F ...
|Sprouts as Rapid Bioassays of Browse Impact|
Effective browse pressure indicators are necessary to adaptively manage forest landscapes with resident deer. Hardwood tree stump sprouts are a ...
|Resource Management and Use||2016||NRS|