United States Department of Agriculture
Rocky Mountain Research Station
A new general technical report (GTR) looks at differing ponderosa pine forest structures, their growth and yield, and mountain pine beetle impacts. Read more
Floodplain habitat composition and abundance are influenced not only by simple inundation, but also by the creation of new and different habitats. Read more
An online toolkit helps resource managers, communities, and private landowners plan for and mitigate post-fire flooding and erosion. Read more
The Rocky Mountain Research Station works at the forefront of science to improve the health and use of our Nation's forests and grasslands.
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Rocky Mountain Research Station240 West ProspectFort Collins, CO 80526Phone: (970) 498-1100