Forest ThreatNet News Update
Forest ThreatNet is the Eastern Threat Center's news update that provides the latest information concerning ongoing research, projects, and partnerships.
Volume 11, Issue 2 - March/April 2017
In this issue:
- Researchers Identify Priority Seed Collection Locations to Aid Future Hemlock Restoration
- Untamed Science Features Efforts to Tame the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Problem
- Research Bridges Forest Stream Crossing Structures and Benefits to Water Quality
- Study Examines Biomass Production Impacts on Water Yield for Department of Energy Report
- International Experts to Develop Global Assessment of Forests and Water
- “Seasoned” Researcher Presents at Great Smoky Mountains National Park Science Colloquium
- Center Scientist Joins the Ranks of Distinguished Landscape Ecologists
- SRS Research Team Receives Source Water Protection Award
- Station Director and Forest Service Chief Honor Center Scientists
- BPR News: "WNC Community Contemplates Upcoming Wildfire Season, Seeks Solutions"
- Civil Eats: "Can We Eat Our Ramps and Have Them Too?"
- Visitors Get a "Taste" of SRS Science at North Carolina Arbor Day Celebration
- Western Threat Center Highlight: When Lightning Strikes, So Does Opportunity
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Contributing Writer and Photographer
Rhonda Mazza, Pacific Northwest Research Station
Forest ThreatNet is published by the Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center (EFETAC), an interdisciplinary resource actively developing new technology and tools to anticipate and respond to emerging eastern forest threats. The Center is a joint effort of the USDA Forest Service’s Research and Development, National Forest System, and State and Private Forestry. The Center is headquartered with the Southern Research Station in Asheville, NC, and also has an office in Research Triangle Park.