Oct 25, 2016
Rooted in Reality at the Tree Physiology Lab
Forest Management student Jordan Luff studies the fine root standing biomass, its temporal change, production, mortality and decomposition in pine plantation and wetland forests to assess how their dynamics reflect the below-ground carbon distribution and cycling processes to better understand how these processes are affected by conditions like climatic change and forest management.
Oct 20, 2016
Green with Passion
Environmental Technology and Management major Corey Aydlett brings together his passion for service and the environment after transferring out of the College of Engineering. Through leadership and a study abroad trip to Iceland, Aydlett's finally found his calling.
Oct 18, 2016
Citizen Scientists Needed to Find NC’s Candid Critters
Roland Kays, Research Associate Professor and Director of the Biodiversity and Earth Observation Lab, Nature Research Center and NC Museum of Natural Sciences is looking for volunteers to help with the largest-ever camera trap study of wildlife.
The Center for Geospatial Analytics
New Research with Big Data Reveals Popularity of Federal Lands for Overnight Trips
NC State’s Dr. Stacy Supak and colleagues are using the a rich supply of previously untapped spatial data to help land managers plan for the large number of visitors to America’s public lands, including national parks, national forests and other historic and natural sites managed by the federal government.