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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Determining What Levels of Air Pollution Harm U.S. Ecosystems|
An international team led by a Forest Service scientist has determined the level of nitrogen (N) deposited from air pollution that harms ecosyst ...
|Water, Air, and Soil|
Wildland Fire and Fuels
|Fall leaf color research could make it possible to predict timing, intensity, and location of fall color|
What triggers fall red color expression in leaves? Forest Service scientists used a unique branch cooling system to verify that low temperatures ...
|Forest Service Research on Morel Mushrooms Featured in Natural Inquirer|
The Natural Inquirer's monograph series for middle school students and educators showcased a Forest Service researcher's work on local knowledge ...
|Resource Management and Use||2014||NRS|
|Moving Field Guides: Learning ecology through dance|
Children in Baltimore, MD, are working with Forest Service researchers and the Dance Exchange, a professional dance company, to turn their obser ...
|Quantifying and Managing Carbon Sequestration in Longleaf Pine Ccosystems.|
Forests can offset greenhouse gas emissions by sequestering carbon dioxide in tree biomass, understory vegetation, forest floor litter, detritus ...
|Resource Management and Use||2014||SRS|
|Recovery of Red Spruce Linked to Decreased Acid Deposition and Higher Temperatures|
Red spruce was once a valued timber species but was threatened when high inputs of acid deposition reduced its growth and increased mortality fo ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Water, Air, and Soil
|Trees Vulnerable to Damage from Acid Deposition Located Using Critical Load Exceedance Maps|
A Forest Service scientist and his partners used a computer model to identify locations where inputs of acid deposition were expected to harm tr ...
|Resource Management and Use||2016||NRS|