University Collaboration Enhances Climate Research and Information Sharing


kingmcnulty.jpgWorking landowners across the Southeast are as diverse as the landscape itself, but they share one goal. "From an individual standpoint, they all want the same thing, which is the sustainability of their range, agricultural and forest lands," says Eastern Threat Center research ecologist Steve McNulty in North Carolina State University's (NCSU) Results magazine. In the article, McNulty discusses the importance of finding common ground with land managers who need information to sustain their operations in times of changing conditions and the partnership with NCSU that enables researchers to monitor climate effects across the region. Read the article...

Pictured: NCSU researcher John King and Steve McNulty (right) monitor climate effects through collaborative research.


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