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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|A Climate Adaptation Strategy for Conservation and Management of Yellow-Cedar in Alaska|
A new report assesss past, current, and expected future condition of yellow-cedar forests on all land ownerships where yellow-cedar grows in Ala ...
|Resource Management and Use||2015||PNW|
|Learning more about the role of salmon-derived nutrients in Southeast Alaska watersheds|
This research tested a common assumption and found that, contrary to conventional wisdom, younger soil closest to the stream had lower concentra ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Water, Air, and Soil
|New hypothesis for yellow-cedar decline links calcium accumulation to nitrogen cycles and rooting depth|
Station scientists formulated a new hypothesis that explains how cedar trees survive in marginal conditions, yet have roots that are susceptible ...
|Resource Management and Use||2010||PNW|
|Nutrient Cycling Through Wetlands in Southeast Alaska Affects Stream Carbon|
The coastal temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska can be characterized by the constant flow of water between the terrestrial and aquatic syst ...
|Water, Air, and Soil||2015||PNW|