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Photo of The Discover the Forest and earth camps attracted diverse candidates from across the Northeastern United States. Kyle Lolar
ID: 506
Earth Camps Connect Students to Nature

The University of Maine's first high school forest resource camps, a partnership with the Forest Service's Northern Research Station, attracted ...

Principal Investigator : Laura S. Kenefic

Outdoor Recreation
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Examples of mixedwood types in eastern North America: A) shortleaf pine – oak forest in southern Missouri (credit: Missouri Department of Conservation); B) white pine – red oak forest in southern Maine (credit: Justin Waskiewicz); C) spruce – fir – hardwood forest in Quebec (credit: Patricia Raymond); D) hemlock – hardwood forest in northern Wisconsin. Kate Gerndt.
ID: 965
Hardwood-Softwood Mixtures for Future Forests in Eastern North America: Assessing Suitability to Projected Climate Change

Despite growing interest in management strategies for climate change adaptation, there are few methods for assessing the ability of stands to en ...

Principal Investigator : Laura S. Kenefic

Resource Management and Use2016NRS
Photo of White cedar browsed by deer.  Laura Kenefic, Forest Service
ID: 69
New Management Guide Offers Strategies for Northern White-Cedar

Guide contains newly discovered and proven management strategies for one of the least-studied commercially important North American tree species

Principal Investigator : Laura S. Kenefic

Resource Management and Use2012NRS
Photo of Well-managed northern conifer forests were found to store more carbon than those that have been exploitatively harvested. Laura Kenefic, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1177
Sustainable Northern Conifer Forest Management Stores More Carbon than Exploitative Harvesting

An important part of climate change mitigation is carbon storage in forests and wood products. Yet managers are often uncertain about which mana ...

Principal Investigator : Laura S. Kenefic

Resource Management and Use2016NRS
Photo of Native American student interns identify plants during inventory at the Penobscot Experimental Forest in Maine. Kevin Brusie, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1167
Tribal Collaboration Spreads Knowledge of Invasive Plants

In a unique collaboration aimed at training the next generation of natural resource professionals, the Forest Service partnered with the Univers ...

Principal Investigator : Laura S. Kenefic

Invasive Species
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Phenocam and Antenna on top of the pierce laboratory at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH. USDA Forest Service
ID: 881
“Smart Forests” Digital Environmental Sensors and Telecommunications Take Research to New Levels

Scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century will be powered by tools that help researchers collect and manipulate massive datasets, visualize t ...

Principal Investigator : Laura S. Kenefic

Inventory and Monitoring
Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Wildlife and Fish