Cats, canines, and coexistence: dietary differentiation between the sympatric Snow Leopards and Grey Wolves in the Western landscape of Nepal Himalaya.
What risks matter? Public views about assisted migration and other climate-adaptive reforestation strategies
Evidence of endophytic diazotrophic bacteria in lodgepole pine and hybrid white spruce trees growing in soils with different nutrient statuses in the West Chilcotin region of British Columbia, Canada
Evapotranspiration and favorable growing degree-days are key to tree height growth and ecosystem functioning: Meta-analyses of Pacific Northwest historical data
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Sustainable intensification of agriculture is seen by many in science and policy as a flagship strategy for helping to meet global social and ecological commitments – such as ending hunger and protecting biodiversity – as laid out in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Paris climate agreement.
Instructional scaffolding employs a variety of instructional techniques that move students progressively toward stronger understanding and greater independence in the learning process. The objective of this study was to develop a scaffolding instructional module focused on forest floor for the 2nd year Introduction to Soil Science course at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada