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Photo of Location of four experimental forests included in the integrated restoration study.
ID: 1407
Experimental Forests: Great places to learn about forest science and management

Scientists used an experimental forest network to develop different management strategies and make science accessible for managers and other par ...

Principal Investigator : Russell T. Graham

Inventory and Monitoring
Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2017RMRS
Photo of Forest Service researchers are treating young forests to create northern goshawk habitat and resistant bark beetle structures that also produce timber products.
ID: 1351
Goshawks, bark beetles, and timber management: Can they coexist?

Wildlife habitat and timber production are critical elements of the management of many national forests. The Black Hills National Forest in West ...

Principal Investigator : Russell T. Graham

Resource Management and Use
Wildlife and Fish
Water, Air, and Soil
2017RMRS
Photo of GPS technology was instrumental in tracking lynx for this study.
ID: 1517
Managing forests and forest carnivores: Canada lynx and forest mosaics

Differences in forest structure impact the ability of Canada lynx to produce kittens. Therefore, understanding how forest management and silvicu ...

Principal Investigator : Russell T. Graham

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildlife and Fish
2018RMRS
Photo of 2011 landscape photo of mountain pine beetle devastation, northeast of Custer looking north to Harney Peak. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service
ID: 959
The 115 year Bark Beetle Saga in the Black Hills

This research chronicles the science, people, and destruction caused by mountain pine beetles primarily in the Black Hills of South Dakota and W ...

Principal Investigator : Russell T. Graham

Resource Management and Use2016RMRS