My Tree app helps you choose the right tree for your backyard
Would wild cherry trees thrive on Prince Edward Island today? Would apples grow in the orchard outside Green Gables? There’s now an app for that — My Tree.
Hot springs temporarily run dry after Haida Gwaii earthquake
The hot springs in Gandll K'in Gwaay.yaay, a small island in the southeast Haida Gwaii archipelago, were some of the hottest in Canada — reaching up to 80°C — until a magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck off the west coast of Haida Gwaii in October 2012.
Feeding the forest… with leftovers
Scientists at Natural Resources Canada are exploring the potential of using wood ash as a forest fertilizer.
Seeds that Succeed
When a researcher in Northern Ontario was exploring options for trees that might thrive in her community’s changing climate, she zeroed in on the hardy jack pine.
Wetland fire research improves air quality forecasts and carbon accounting
Wildfires — we usually think of them in terms of forests. But in Canada’s boreal forest, up to one-third of the area burned in wildfires can affect wetlands, which include bogs — also known as muskeg — and swamps.
Eat, Prey, Love – Stopping the Spruce Budworm
The spruce budworm is the most serious pest affecting forests in eastern North America. Today, an outbreak is under way in Quebec, and budworm populations are on the rise in New Brunswick.
Climate change: Arctic coastlines eroding up to 40 m yearly
Talk of climate change impact often focuses on the future — 10, 20 or 50 years ahead. But in the Arctic, the erosion of coastline can sometimes be measured from one day to another.
Footprint meets hoofprint: measuring a mine’s effects on caribou
Both traditional knowledge and scientific studies have observed that barren-ground caribou are very sensitive to changes in their environment.
Slowing the march of the mountain pine beetle
From biology to modelling and beyond, Natural Resources Canada scientist is helping to build a big-picture understanding of this beetle. Thumbnail attached
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