Wolfing it Down: Brown Bears Reduce Wolf Kill Rate say USU Ecologists
CalendarFebruary 13, 2017
In Yellowstone National Park, wolves wait to access their elk kill as brown bears feast on the spoils. USU ecologist Aimee Tallian reports the presence of the bears reduces wolf kill rates. ...
Efforts to Restore Imperiled Pando Show Promise Says USU Ecologist
CalendarFebruary 01, 2017
USU ecologist Paul Rogers, director of the Western Aspen Alliance, discusses the state of Utah's state tree and restoration efforts of Pando, Utah’s huge aspen clone, in the Jan. 19, 2017 issue of '...
USU Forester Mike Kuhns Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
CalendarJanuary 30, 2017
Lauded for his contributions to the field of urban forestry, Utah State University professor Mike Kuhns is the 2016 recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Utah Community Forest Council and...
CLIMATE ADAPTATION SCIENCE
A new National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) interdisciplinary graduate program.
Join us this spring for a Communicating Science series, cosponsored by the Ecology Center and Climate Adaptation Science graduate traineeship program.
ECOLOGY CENTER SEMINAR SERIES
Februrary 22-23, 2017
Dr. Nate Stephenson
Three Rivers, CA
Wednesday, February 22; BNR 102 at 6:00pm
A non-traditional career in science: Lessons from the intersection of science, policy, and natural areas management.
Thursday, February 23; ENGR 101 at 4:00pm
Tree growth rate increases continously with tree size and the origins of a scientific controversy.
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