Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

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Date published: November 14, 2017
Status: Active

Wildlife Responses to Climate, Land Use, and Invasive Species

Wildlife issues drive many federal and state land management decisions, either because of litigation or mandates to protect habitat and limit extinction risks. We conduct applied research to meet this need, particularly related to the effects of natural (disease, predation) and anthropogenic (habitat loss, invasive species) stressors on wildlife populations and communities. Research on the...

Contacts: David S Pilliod
Date published: November 9, 2017
Status: Active

Effects of Management on Wildlife and Habitats

Conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest are biologically and economically important, are intensively managed for multiple uses, and represent a large area in public domain. Therefore, understanding how management of conifer forests affects biodiversity across a range of spatial and temporal scales is critical for land management agencies.

Contacts: Joan C Hagar