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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|A Landscape Model for Predicting Roost Habitat of the Endangered Indiana Bat in the Southern Appalachians|
The endangered Indiana bat commonly roosts in yellow pines in the Southern Appalachians. Forest Service scientists at the agency’s Southern Re ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2016||SRS|
|A Roadmap to Recovery for Degraded Longleaf Pine Plant Communities|
Less than 3 percent of the historical longleaf pine ecosystem remains; although much of the southeastern United States has the potential for rec ...
|Resource Management and Use||2014||SRS|
|Consortium of Appalachian Fire Managers and Scientists (CAFMS)|
The Center for Forest Disturbance Science, SRS-4156 and The Nature Conservancy are among 8 groups from across the country to receive funding fro ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2011||SRS|
|How Much Carbon is Stored in Mozambique Mangroves?|
In an article published online in the journal Forest Ecology and Management, Forest Service researcher Christina Stringer and collaborators pro ...
|Water, Air, and Soil||2015||SRS|
|National Fire and Fire Surrogate Study|
An SRS scientist summarized research results from the National Fire and Fire Surrogate Study (FFS). Researchers found, among other things, that ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2010||SRS|
|Recovery of Carbon and Nutrient Pools in a Northern Forested Wetland|
There has been long-standing concern about the effects of silvicultural practices on the functions of forested wetlands. This work shows that th ...
|Resource Management and Use||2011||SRS|
In a recent study on the Nantahala National Forest in western North Carolina, Forest Service scientists investigated the importance of riparian ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2010||SRS|
|Strategic treatments to control Chinese tallow tree in maritime forest|
Chinese tallow tree is an aggressive and successful invader in coastal forests of the southeastern US. Forest Service researchers were part of a ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Water, Air, and Soil
|The Forest Service Publishes a Plan for the North American Bat Monitoring Program|
A new Forest Service report provides detailed guidelines for participating in the plan, an international multiagency program created to provide ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2015||SRS|
|Tracking the Decline of Bats in North America|
Though it's well known that bats in North America are declining rapidly from white-nose syndrome (WNS), wind energy development and other causes ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2014||SRS|
|Water quality effects of switchgrass intercropping on pine forests in coastal North Carolina|
Six recent years of data from site preparation to full growth of switchgrass, as a celluolosic bioenergy crop, suggest that planting switchgrass ...
|Wildlife and Fish|
Water, Air, and Soil
|Wetlands Assessment Project Documents Outcomes of Conservation on Working Lands|
Assessment offers managers a tool to improve project planning and assessment of wetland practices on working lands in the South and elsewhere
|Inventory and Monitoring||2012||SRS|
|What do we need to know to conserve wetlands on working lands in the South|
The Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) is a multi-agency effort to improve effectiveness of Farm Bill conservation programs by quant ...
|Inventory and Monitoring||2011||SRS|