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Photo of Nanocellulose facility at the Forest Service’s Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisc. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1126
Alternative Futures for Wood-based Nanomaterials

Forest products researchers are exploring the potential of nano-products from wood. Possible uses of these renewable products could include high ...

Principal Investigator : Mike Dockry

Resource Management and Use2016NRS
Photo of Paper birch trees with evidence of bark harvesting. USDA Forest Service
ID: 808
Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge into Natural Resource Inventories and Management of Paper Birch Trees

The “Paper Birch in the Great Lakes” project is a collaborative effort to incorporate traditional ecological knowledge into research and nat ...

Principal Investigator : Mike Dockry

Inventory and Monitoring
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Contemplating the future of forests, Illinois, USA. International Society of Arboriculture
ID: 603
Scientists Examine the Future of Forests in the Anthropocene

Forest Service researchers analyzed the major issues and factors affecting forests in the decades ahead: deforestation, mega-fires, urban forest ...

Principal Investigator : Mike Dockry

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildland Fire and Fuels
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ID: 1205
Tribal forestry provides innovations for sustainable forest management

Tribal forestry is seen by many as a model for sustainability that can be used to improve the management of all forests. A recent effort by scie ...

Principal Investigator : Mike Dockry

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ID: 1206
Urban native youth environmental education

Lacrosse is a traditional sport that has been played by American Indian tribes for thousands of years. The impact of emerald ash borer on ash t ...

Principal Investigator : Mike Dockry