Maintaining a mix of species boosts a crucial soil nutrient, according to the first global study of its kind.
The large-scale study of working ranches adds to the understanding of how different grazing practices affect the land.
The Ărramăt Project, co-led by ALES professor Brenda Parlee, was recently awarded $24 million from the federal government’s New Frontiers in Research Fund.
A team of Yukoners has published a letter in the prestigious academic journal Science, arguing that Indigenous principles and knowledge should inform a global strategy for recovering from the pandemic. Co-author Jared Gonet (Renewable Resources) is interviewed.
René Belland (Renewable Resources), encourages protection for the rare slender yoke-moss; a single square metre of limestone on the island of Haida Gwaii is the only known habitat in North America.
Conservation biologists model likely effects of climate change in North America to pinpoint refuge areas for species and ecosystems.
Increasing the number of dead trees in protected forests boosts populations of species that depend on it for habitat, research review shows.