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Photo of Prescribed burns, such as this one in the Coconino National Forest in northern Arizona, are an effective way to reduce accumulated fuels. New insights on the physiological response of trees to heat stress will help land managers determine the likelihood of tree mortality following a burn.
ID: 1346
New insight to how exposure to sub-lethal temperatures affects trees

When woody tree tissues reach 86 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (30 to 60 degrees Celsius) during a fire, three physiological mechanisms may be trig ...

Principal Investigator : Rick G. Kelsey

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Resource Management and Use
Inventory and Monitoring
Water, Air, and Soil
2017PNW
Photo of A pygmy rabbit. Boise State University, Boise State Univsersity
ID: 668
Pygmy Rabbits Use Nutritional and Chemical Cues While Making Foraging Decisions

Pygmy rabits are dietary specialists that feed on sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) and forage on specific plants more than others within a foraging pa ...

Principal Investigator : Rick G. Kelsey

Wildlife and Fish
Resource Management and Use
2014PNW
Photo of A fallen coast live oak, Quercus agrifolia, in California killed by sudden oak death. Dave Shaw, USDA Forest Service
ID: 534
Scientists Uncover New Information About Tree Resistance to Sudden Oak Death

Sterols and tannins in host tree tissues influence the growth and sporulation of sudden oak death pathogen.

Principal Investigator : Rick G. Kelsey

Resource Management and Use2013PNW