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Photo of Greenhouse seed bank germination trials with closeup of one tray. Todd E. Ristau, Forest Service
ID: 34
Can We Bank on Forest Seed Banks

Community composition of seeds stored in forest soils becomes increasingly divergent over time

Principal Investigator : Alejandro A. Royo

Resource Management and Use2012NRS
Photo of Various fern species growing on the Bisley Experimental Watersheds are important to forest succession in the Luquillo Experimental Forest. Omar Perez Reyes, College of Natural Resouces, Utah State University
ID: 351
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 ...

Principal Investigator : Alejandro A. Royo

Water, Air, and Soil2011NRS
Photo of Salvage operation following windthrow in the Allegheny high plateau region. USDA Forest Service
ID: 803
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 ...

Principal Investigator : Alejandro A. Royo

Resource Management and Use
Inventory and Monitoring
2015NRS
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ID: 217
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- ...

Principal Investigator : Alejandro A. Royo

Resource Management and Use2010NRS
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ID: 1200
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 ...

Principal Investigator : Alejandro A. Royo

 2017NRS
Photo of Maple stump with browsed sprouts outside fence and unbrowsed, tall sprouts within fence. Alejandro A. Royo, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 985
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 ...

Principal Investigator : Alejandro A. Royo

Resource Management and Use2016NRS