Latest Ecological succession Stories
Ecological disturbances are not necessarily a bad thing â€“ deliberate disturbances can actually be used to preserve or even increase biodiversity in a nature reserve.
Koalas may be the pickiest marsupials around: They evolved to feed almost exclusively on the leaves of Eucalyptus trees, and they are highly selective when it comes to which species and even which individual trees they visit.
Professor refers to cabin as "time machine." FERRUM, Va., Nov.
Pyrocumulonimbus is the fire-breathing dragon of clouds.
NEW YORK, Oct.
If your summer travels have taken you across the Rocky Mountains, you've probably seen large swaths of reddish trees dotting otherwise green forests.
In the midst of a difficult fire season in many parts of the world, the United Nations' (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization has launched a new online fire detection system that will help firefighters and natural hazards managers improve response time and resource management.
A scientist has discovered that changes in the frequency of occurrence and intensity of wildfires has substantial consequences for a variety of important problems including atmospheric change.
A study conducted by U.S. Forest Service and University of Washington (UW) scientists has found that fuel treatmentsâ€”even of only a few acresâ€”can reduce fire severity and protect older trees desirable for their timber, wildlife, and carbon-storage value.
A study by USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station (SRS) scientists and research partners suggests that wildfire prevention education in Florida pays for itself several times over by saving millions of dollars in fire-fighting costs and reducing damages from human-caused fires.
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