News from Warnell
Fri, 02/28/2020 - 11:08am -
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Thu, 02/27/2020 - 04:01pm - Bob White knew he wanted to work in the field of urban forestry, and he knew he wanted to attend Warnell. Still, when he received his degree in forest resources, there were some gaps he had to fill in on his own. “It’s night and day between what a forester will do,” and working in a community setting, says White (BSFR ’10, MS ’12). And so, when it came time for his master’s, White assembled a committee that included community forestry expert Kim Coder.
Thu, 02/27/2020 - 03:51pm - Looking up from the road, a stand of pine trees may look healthy as they tower over the rusty soil. But a view of the trees from a different angle reveals a different story: A swath of needles the color of the soil that are embedded deep among the healthy trees. The infestation of beetles couldn’t be caught without some serious boots-on-the-ground investment—or, it could be caught in minutes using an unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV.
Thu, 02/27/2020 - 03:47pm - ‘Disentangling the effects of aggregation’ The western and central Pacific Ocean is home to more than half of the global population of tuna, and Tiffany Vidal Cunningham is tracking its progress.