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Research and Development Newsletter

Date Title
June 2017Racing to Save Hawaiin Trees Trees Head West Native Plants Handle Stress
July 2017Challenging Wildfires Disease Epidemics Predicting Deforestation
August 2017Outdoor Recreation Mitigating Storm Runoff Tracking Pests
September 2017The Un-Inventoried Frontier Fire Resistant Buildings When Species Collide
October 2017Lasting Effects of Acid Rain Fire Management Pinyon Orchadists
November 2017Spotted Owl Preferences Bat Fingerprinting Cost Saving Forests
December 2017Tropical Islands Megafires Citizen Science
January 2018Saving Bats Forecasting Smoke Beetle Outbreaks
February 2018Tracking Carnivores Prescribed Fire Fish Conservation
April 2018Tree Mortality Invasive Species Native Bees
May 2018Solving Bat Mysteries Urban Tree Benefits Air Quality Innovations
June 2018Spotted Owl Habitats Alien Ant Invasions Hurricane Maria Impacts
July 2018Preventing Amphibian Extinctions Ancient Bristlecone Pines Lion-Conservation
August 2018Tracking Wildfire Tweets Restoring Baltimore Communities Fire Tornadoes
September 2018On Fire Women in Fire Science Smoke Chemistry Prescribed Fires
October 2018White Nose Syndrome
November 2018Wildfire Helps Disperse Whitebark
January 2019Why There Are Challenges
February 2019Hidden Lives
March 2019ENose Detect Diseases
April 2019First-Ever Scientific Framework for Sagebrush Conservation
May 2019How People Manage Their Yards
June 2019New Science Framework Provides Basis for Conservation and Restoration of Sagebrush
July 2019Wildfires Know No Boundaries
August 2019Simulations for Salmon