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|Destructive Emerald Ash Borer Pest Provides Science Learning Opportunity for Kids|
This effort has led to the development of a week-long EAB curriculum that gives kids hands-on experience with the process of science while doing ...
|Elm Disease Resistance Research Gets a Boost|
Great news for disease-tolerant American elm! A grant from The Manton Foundation has provided the Forest Service’s Northern Research Station w ...
|Resource Management and Use||2016||NRS|
|Equipping Forest Managers to Respond to Two Threats to Ash|
Forest Service scientists used field data and models to assess both the threats to, and potential replacement species for, black ash, a species ...
Water, Air, and Soil
|Green Ash Trees That Survive Beetle Infestation Pass on Their Resistance Through Propagation and Planting|
Among the tens of millions of trees killed by the emerald ash borer (EAB), researchers have found a small number of trees that survived their as ...
|Insecticide Effectiveness Against Emerald Ash Borer Studied|
Insecticides used to protect urban ash trees against emerald ash borer are not consistently protective: their effectiveness is diminished in hea ...
|Understanding effects of emerald ash borer on forests|
As the invasive emerald ash borer swept across Ohio, Forest Service researchers tracked its aftermath as killed ash trees unleashed a cascade of ...
|Woodpeckers Capitalize on an Invasive Forest Pest|
Emerald ash borer, an invasive beetle that kills ash trees, is eaten by bark-foraging birds like woodpeckers. Forest Service scientists and par ...