A U.S. Forest Service study finds that streamside vegetation is important for maintaining shade and low water temperatures to support golden trout.
Forests and grasslands in the United States can’t seem to escape the impacts of drought, according to a new report from the U.S. Forest Service. Scientists at Duke University helped to compile and edit the report, which...
A U.S. Forest Services study found that post-fire logging can reduce fuel availability in forests for up 40 years after a fire, culling risk of reburn.
Scientists at the U.S. Forest Service and Michigan Tech use boxed-up mini peat bogs to study the systems’ role in carbon emissions.