Can drones properly assess forest regeneration? Can DNA detect pests and pathogens in our forests? Why is managing canopy gaps so important to mule deer winter range? Find out in Branchlines Spring 2019.
March 17, 2019 Author: UBC Forestry
Posted in: Branchlines
Check out our Spring 2020 Branchlines, Volume 31. This edition looks at Fireguard Rehabilitation in the Alex Fraser Research Forest, addresses the need for better protection for Wild Salmon, and features exciting research on the applications of Nanocellulose materials. Want to learn more? Read on!Read More Spring 2020
Colleagues, Please see the link below for further professional training programs from CTLT’s Remote Teaching Institute beginning next week (these sessions are not to be confused with the more intensive Summer Academy, which is still in the planning stages). Space is limited, so if you can’t make these ones, please keep checking back, as additional…Read More CTLT Spring Institute Sessions on Remote Teaching