'Natural IQ' Delivers Forest Science to Young Readers
A new regionally-focused science journal highlights Forest Service research--just for kids! Natural IQ, the latest offering in the Natural Inquirer family of journals, features climate change science originating in the southern United States in its inaugural issue. Eastern Threat Center research ecologist Qinfeng Guo's collaborative work is the subject of one article, "North of the Border: Are Nonnative Species Moving Northward As the Climate Changes?" Aimed at middle school students, Natural IQ enhances each research article with activities that allow students to meet scientists, learn about research processes, and build vocabulary. Visit the Kid-Friendly Zone to learn more.