As equal partners, Indigenous and western knowledge can help redefine land and wildlife management as a relationship with nature, says doctoral researcher.
Experimental crop absorbed carbon dioxide equivalent to a vehicle burning 35,000 litres of gasoline, unlike more common annual versions, study shows.
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Tiny soil dwellers may offer a fuller picture of how well reclamation efforts are working.
New research yields critical information about the Chinese mystery snail that could help management efforts.
U of A research could help ranchers adapt to climate change and preserve vital ecosystems.
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Justine Karst (Renewable Resources) explains the positive effects of mycorrhizal fungi on plant growth.
Aseem Sharma (Renewable Resources) says extreme weather events are expected to be more “common, stronger and broader” in the future and he’s calling for more research to determine its cause.
Justine Karst (Renewable Resources) contributes to an article exploring hat happens when the idea of “us” grows, allowing it to encompass a little more than it did before.