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 9, Issue 2 - May/June 2016
In this issue:
- Science Partners Launch Ecosystem Benefits and Risks Website
- More Productive U.S. National Forests and Grasslands Could Yield Less Water in a Future Climate
- Landscape Pattern Analysis Reveals Global Loss of Interior Forest
- Forest and Landowners Workshop Held in Mississippi
- Water Planning for the South in the New Fire Age
- Research Hydrologist Shares Expertise in Europe
- Landscape Ecology Meeting Draws Forest Service Scientists and Record Attendance
- ForWarn Map Details Evergreen Forest Decline in the Southern Appalachians
- Center Scientists Contribute to National Drought Report
- Forest Inventory and Analysis Data Inform Insect Invasion Research
- Native Trees Naturally Fight Invasives in Some Eastern Forests
- Researchers Examine the Complexities of Longleaf Pine Cone Production
- Panelists Bring “WoW” Factor to Women’s Workplace Challenges and Solutions
- Western Threat Center Highlight: Do social dynamics undermine wildfire risk reduction success in U.S. forests?
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Stephanie Worley Firley
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.