Eastern Threat Center researchers work with other scientists nationally and internationally to address forest threats.

Select the titles on this page to learn more about the Eastern Threat Center's international projects and collaborations. View a staff resource guide to learn more about Center researchers and their areas of expertise.

New and ongoing projects:

Characterizing and quantifying uncertainty in forest pest risk analyses

Zambianvillage.pngClimate, population, and vegetation cover change impacts on water supply and demand, carbon sequestration, and biodiversity across the conterminous U.S. (WaSSI model)

International collaboration research with China: the US-China Carbon Consortium

Invasive species prefer certain habitats

Landscape pattern assessment

National-scale risk mapping and modeling for invasive forest pests

Plant traits can often determine invasives potential

Completed projects:

Assessing forest carbon sequestration and water supply interactions as influenced by climate and management practices

Pictured: The Eastern Threat Center's Water Supply Stress Index (WaSSI) model quantifies the potential impacts of land use practices on water quality and quantity in Africa and aids conservation decision making.

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