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Photo of Henson Creek, a high-elevation stream located in a multiple use watershed within Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, Otto, N.C. Darlene Madarish, USDA Forest Service
ID: 626
A Tale of Nitrogen Retention From Two Watersheds

Because elevated nitrogen loading can impair terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, understanding the origins, retention, and export of nitrogen fr ...

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Water, Air, and Soil2014NRS
Photo of A healthy, vigorous  2 year old DED-tolerant American elm seedling growing on a reclaimed mine site. USDA Forest Service
ID: 847
Disease-resistant American Elms are Suitable for Mine-land Reforestation

Almost 1 million acres of reclaimed mine land in the Appalachians are no longer forested. Restoring these lands to productive forests requires ...

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Water, Air, and Soil
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Rubus, a plant spcies found in forests which responds to elevated nitrogen when there is sufficient light. This response can change the herb layer diversity in eastern forests. Christopher A. Walter, West Virgina University.
ID: 1170
Elevated Nitrogen Deposition Changes Herb Layer Diversity

Adding nitrogen to a forest stand decreased the diversity of the herb layer over time by increasing the amount of Rubus spp. (blackberry), which ...

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Water, Air, and Soil2016NRS
Photo of How much forest biomass to leave behind or remove Shawn Grushesky, West Virginia University Appalachian Hardwood Center
ID: 55
Guidelines for Forest Biomass Utilization

Online resource offers environmentally and economically sound biomass utilization in the Appalachian Mountains

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Water, Air, and Soil
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Watershed locations in the southern Appalachian states of Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. MB Adams, USDA Forest Service
ID: 487
Ozone and Climate Change Interact to Affect Streamflow

Climate change is affecting the Nation's forests, but not in isolation. Tropospheric ozone has long been known to affect the health of individua ...

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Water, Air, and Soil2013NRS
Photo of
ID: 1212
Re-establishing pollinator habitat on mined lands using the forestry reclamation approach

Many pollinator species are threatened worldwide for many reasons, including habitat loss. In Appalachia, native forests serve as critical polli ...

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Photo of Journal cover. William Peterjohn, WVU.
ID: 507
Writing Appalachian Ecology: Essays and Outreach

In the summer of 2012 and 2013, students from West Virginia University's English Department, along with their instructors, participated in an un ...

Principal Investigator : Mary Beth Adams

Water, Air, and Soil
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 : Mary Beth Adams

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