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Latest Issue - Winter 2020

Check out our Winter 2020 Branchlines, Volume 31. This edition looks at UBC Forestry’s new degree & certificate programs for 2021, spinning gold from wood, and a century of Forestry in an alumnus family. Want to learn more? Read on!

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Implementing Landscape-Scale Interventions in the Tropics

Chronicling two years of research in Ghana, Indonesia, and Zambia, this research outlines how integrated landscape approaches can address the challenges of land and resource management in multi-functional rural landscapes.

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Measuring Changes in Urban Greenness Across Canada

Researchers developed an urban greenness score framework, with the potential to serve as an open-access monitoring tool to better understand how cities and their vegetation change over time.

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Spinning Gold from Wood

Wood production has its set of byproducts. New research aims to harness waste to create high-value materials through upcycling lignin fibers

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Past Issues

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Fall 2020

Check out our Fall 2020 Branchlines, Volume 31. This edition looks at how road visibility may influence grizzly bear movements, studying apes during COVID-19, a novel portable DNA detection method, and Vancouverites’ knowledge of invasive species. Want to learn more? Read on!

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Summer 2020

Check out our Summer 2020 Branchlines, Volume 31. This edition looks at Wildfires during COVID-19, biosurveillance, and using satellite images to detect fire patterns. Want to learn more? Read on!

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Spring 2020

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!

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