Nutrient availability limits plants' ability to store carbon

Nutrient availability limits plants' ability to store carbon

Limited soil nutrients will cause a 10% increase in C02 in the atmosphere by the end of this century - new research by Cory Cleveland
Forest canopies provide buffer in a changing climate

Forest canopies provide buffer in a changing climate

Young trees need a forest canopy to buffer against rising heat and less water - new research by Solomon Dobrowski.
Oil and gas development lead to ecosystem losses

Oil and gas development lead to ecosystem losses

30,000 square kilometers of land lost to energy development - new research by professor Brady Allred.

Research in the Media

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

Drilling Continues on Critical Alberta Caribou Habitat Despite Recovery Deadline - HuffPost Alberta - Professors Mark Hebblewhite and Brady Allred analyzed the impact of energy development on caribou habitat in Alberta

Experts highlight importance of bike tourism to Montana economy - Missoulian - Norma Nickerson details the economic impact of bikers to Montana 

Pine Beetle Epidemic - National Geographic - Professor Diana Six leads readers into an exploration of the tiny beetle that is changing western forests