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Photo of Tree mortality in the Sierra Nevada National Forest, California. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1188
A New Tool for Detecting and Attributing Cause of Tree Decline

Insects and pathogens generally first kill branches at the top of a tree, whereas drought affects the lower branches first. Unlike satellite ima ...

Principal Investigator : Nancy E. Grulke

Resource Management and Use2016PNW
Photo of Number of trees projected to die by end of summer 2017. Red areas of map indicate intense levels of tree mortality due to drought, bark beetles, and wood borers; dark blue areas represent a low likelihood of any mortality.
ID: 1341
Early tree mortality forecasts help California mitigate fire risk

Forecasts help protect public health and property.

Principal Investigator : Nancy E. Grulke

Inventory and Monitoring2017PNW
Photo of
ID: 336
Majority of surveyed family forest owners in eastern Oregon treat land to reduce wildfire risk

This study identified the different types of landowners who might benefit from policies and programs for wildfire risk reduction. It also reveal ...

Principal Investigator : Paige Fischer

Wildland Fire and Fuels2011PNW
Photo of Fremont-Winema National Forest.
ID: 1370
New tool helps in rapid forest health assessment to aid forest restoration

Tool pre-loads maps of trees in poor health to iPads for field verification and use.

Principal Investigator : Nancy E. Grulke

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2017PNW
Photo of A volunteer pulls invasive knapweed. Tom Iraci, USDA Forest Service
ID: 514
Private Landowner Efforts to Mitigate Invasive Plants Linked to Threat Awareness

Scientists with the Pacific Northwest Research Station investigated perception of risk among nonindustrial private forest owners in Oregon's pon ...

Principal Investigator : Paige Fischer

Invasive Species2013PNW
Photo of Fremont-Winema National Forest, southern Oregon.
ID: 1339
Rapid forest health assessment to aid forest restoration

Tool pre-loads maps trees in poor health to iPads for field verification and use.

Principal Investigator : Nancy E. Grulke

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2017PNW
Photo of An aerial view of tree mortality on the Sierra National Forest, California. Steve Dunsky, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1189
Statistical Prediction of Tree Mortality in California

Large parts of California are currently experiencing dramatic levels of tree loss due to a combination of drought and bark beetles. Forest Servi ...

Principal Investigator : Nancy E. Grulke

Resource Management and Use
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2016PNW