Adding even just one more tree species can increase forest productivity, a new meta-analysis shows.
Researchers, local communities, and authorities are tackling deforestation and forest degradation at the Maya Biosphere Reserve.
The two largest U.S. national forests, both in Alaska, have low wildfire risk and provide crucial forest carbon stocks and biodiversity benefits.
Climate change and CO2 fertilization can increase both growth and mortality of trees. The net effect on forest biomass depends on that trade-off, which long-term studies in Switzerland reveal.
Wildfires and soil microbes are releasing more nitrogen oxides in California as the climate gets warmer and drier.
When accompanied by a considerable amount of rainfall, ignition of wildfire by lightning over forested land may not be detected until days later.
Des chercheurs ont créé un nouvel outil d’analyse pour améliorer la traçabilité du bois qui pourrait permettre d’appliquer la législation de l’Union européenne visant à lutter contre la déforestation.
Researchers in Mexico integrate science and community knowledge to assess the ecological and social impact of an extreme frost.
New study uses trail cameras and speakers to isolate what human sounds do to animals.
Researchers developed a new forensic tool for tracing the origins of timber that could enable enforcement of antideforestation legislation in the European Union.