Paper and Valentine’s Day, The Perfect Match
Valentine’s Day is all about the exchange of cards and love notes, so it’s no surprise that the demand for paper is high on this holiday.
As Hunting Declines, Efforts Grow to Broaden the Funding Base for Wildlife Conservation
Taxes and fees help pay for wildlife conservation in the United States. However, as fewer Americans take up hunting, wildlife managers are seeking other ways to collect funding.
Wild Suburbia: More Mammals Than Expected Live Near People
Bobcats, coyotes, oh my: Camera trap images show that it's a jungle out there in the suburbs.
Out of the Classroom and Into the Field
From DC to China to right here on campus, students in the Department of Forest Biomaterials got out of the classroom and into the field this summer to put their knowledge to work and gain hand-on experience.
Leading a Global Conversation on Deforestation Through Remote Sensing
Remote sensing is unveiling new views of Earth’s surface and fostering an interdisciplinary project between Drs. Josh Gray and Erin Sills to help us better understand and track deforestation and promote more sustainably managed tropical forests.
Sick and Tired? There’s an App for That
Dr. Jason Bocarro and partners working in public health and wellbeing are testing a revolutionary new app that communicates with patients and helps them fill park prescriptions for a more healthy lifestyle.
Faculty and Staff Summer Adventures
Much like our students, College of Natural Resources faculty and staff get out of our classrooms and offices during the summer to make an impact on campus and around the world. From research to arts, we've been busy this season.
How Changes in Water Quality Today Impact Sustainability Tomorrow
Dr. Marcelo Ardón aims to understand the human and natural processes influencing salinization of surface waters and its impact on farmlands, water sources, forestry plantations and other coastal resources.
Five (not so pretty) Fun Fish to Catch (and eat) in North Carolina
These NC fish species aren't much to look at; but they are fun to catch (and good to eat).
From Morehead City to Honolulu, a Hollings Scholar’s Research is Never Quite Fin-ished
Kenneth Erickson, a Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major, spent his spring semester at CMAST, literally get his feet wet in the field while gaining critical industry experience in marine biology and fisheries.