Zoltán Domahidi (Renewable Resources) is interviewed about his research, which looked at the habits of cavity-nesting owl species of Northern Saw-Whet owl and Boreal Owl.
A major research project from the University of Alberta outlines pockets of Canada’s boreal forest that may give wildlife more time and space to adjust to a changing climate. Diana Stralberg and Fiona Schmiegelow (Renewable Resources) co-author this piece.
Conservation biologists model likely effects of climate change in North America to pinpoint refuge areas for species and ecosystems.
U of A forest ecologist Ellen Whitman (ALES) comments on her research suggesting that the increasing frequency of wildfires in Canada’s boreal forest may be permanently changing one of the largest intact ecosystems left on Earth. CP story also ran in dozens of local outlets across Canada.