Photographer David Paul Bayles and distrubance ecologist Fred Swanson are collaborating to track and document the forest burned in the 2020 wildfire that swept the region.
Long-term ecological research provides insights into ecosystem response to climate change
Vegetation structure and site topography play a significant role in burn severity patterns and tree mortality after wildfire.
Conservation of old-growth forests could help slow the negative effects of climate warming on some breeding bird populations
The “channel-source hypothesis” proposes that the stream channel itself should be considered as a potential source of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to stream water during storms.
The Andrews Forest Program provides science on multiple themes and provides a broader foundation for regional studies.
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