Ruth Swaney, coordinator of our Native American Natural Resource Program, and UM colleagues just received a grant from the National Science Foundation to promote professional success for Native American faculty in the STEM fields. “One of the really exciting aspects of this project is that a...
Natalie Dawson, director of the Wilderness Institute, just published research showing that the elusive American pine marten might be more diverse than originally thought. The forests of northwest North America may harbor not one, but two distinct species of the mammal.
Tempa Tshering came to Montana to learn more about the tigers of his native Bhutan, studying with wildlife biology professors Scott Mills and Mark Hebblewhite.
A new study by professor Andrew Larson demonstrates flaws in the methods used to argue that fire-prone Sierra Nevada forests were historically crowded with trees.