New research by UM affiliate scientist Adam Young and UM fire ecology associate professor Phil Higuera projects an increased probability of fires occurring in Alaskan Boreal forest and tundra under a warmer, drier climate.
When University of Montana biogeochemistry Professor Cory Cleveland begins a new project in Panama this summer, he will push the boundaries of soil science and how scientists collaborate with journalists to document their research. Read more.
Phytotoxicity of soluble graphitic nanofibers to model plant species - Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry - Ben Colman
Informing conservation by identifying range shift patterns across breeding habitats and migration strategies - Biodiversity and Conservation - Brady Allred
Examining temporal sample scale and model choice with spatial capture-recapture models in the common leopard Panthera pardus - PLOSOne - Joshua Goldberg, Tshering Tempa, Mark Hebblewhite, Paul Lukacs
Research in the Media
Grant fueling wildlfire research at UM - KPAX - May 2016
How Science Can Help to Halt the Western Bark Beetle Plague - Yale Environment 360 - Jan. 2016
Montana farmers start talking climate change - High Country News - Nov. 2015
The Boreal is Burning - Takepart - Nov. 2015
Forestry journal publishes UM students' research - ABC FoxMontana - Nov. 2015
Sorry, "skeptics": Global warming may not be so great for plant life after all - The Washington Post - Steve Running's study on how climate change will affect plant growth
Soil Nutrients May Keep Plants from Slowing Down Climate Change - Nature World News - Cory Cleveland's recent study of how nitrogen limitations will reduce plant's uptake of C02