Pine beetles changing forests
Understanding Hunting Constraints and Negotiation Strategies: A Typology of Female Hunters in Human Dimensions of Wildlife: An International Journal, Jan. 2015. Libby Metcalf.
Asynchronous Amazon forest canopy phenology indicates adaptation to both water and light availability in Environmental Research Letters, Dec. 2014. PhD student Matt Jones.
Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid and novel ecosystems in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Dec. 2014 co-authored by Cara Nelson and Laurie Yung
Artificial Amplification of Warming Trends Across the Mountains of the Western United States in Geophysical Research Letters, Jan. 2015. Jared Oyler, Solomon Dobrowski, Ashley Ballantyne, Anna Klene, Steve Running
Research in the Media
Pine Beetle Epidemic - National Geographic - Professor Diana Six leads readers into an exploration of the tiny beetle that is changing western forests
Cold Case: What Arctic Fossils Reveal About our Future Climate - Discover magazine - Professor Ash Ballantyne is part of a team looking at fossils from the mid-Pliocene to improve Arctic climate models.
Wild yaks: Shaggy barometers of climate change - Phys.org - Professors Joel Berger and Mark Hebblewhite recently published a paper in Scientific Reports about their work on yak in the remote Tibetan Plateau
NASA has a plan to take the most detailed scans the world's forests ever - Business Insider Australia - with quotes from professor Steve Running