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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Leaves Left on the Ground After Storm Damage or Logging Lead to Faster Forest Recovery|
Opening a forest, whether by storm damage, tree harvesting or thinning, dries the forest floor and reduces the ability of the litter layer to re ...
|Water, Air, and Soil||2014||NRS|
|Opening the Forest Canopy Slows Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Cycling|
Forest canopies are opened by thinning, logging operations, and storms. Results of a simulated hurricane experiment showed canopy opening had th ...
|Water, Air, and Soil||2015||FPL|
|Student mentored by Forest Service scientist receives honor for research poster|
A student mentored by a Forest Service scientist earned the Best Undergraduate Poster Award for research showing that it is the extent of root s ...
|Water, Air, and Soil|
Wildlife and Fish
|Temperate and Boreal Fungi Less Sensitive to Climate Change than Tropical Fungi|
Beneficial fungi that help tree roots obtain nutrients from soil are less sensitive to climate in temperate and boreal forests than in tropical ...