How Winter Temps Can Affect Your Spring Fishing
Research by Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology doctoral student Tim Ellis has changed what we know about spotted seatrout and cold weather.
Sea Level Rise is Unlocking Decades-Old Pollution
Marcelo Ardon, Forestry and Environmental Resources Assistant Professor, discusses on the impact of sea level rise and saltwater intrusion on pollutants already found in the water and soil.
Using New Technologies to Preserve Wildlife and Wild Spaces
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology majors use new technologies to better study and protect African wildlife.
N.C. Bioenergy Research Initiative announces 2017-2018 grant recipients
The Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources receives four of 11 N.C. Bioenergy Research Initiative grants.
Using Genetics to Make a More Perfect Christmas Tree
Professor and Christmas Tree Geneticist John Frampton and researchers in Molecular Tree Breeding Lab collaborate with Washington State University scientists to map the Christmas Tree genome.
Can Bears And People Coexist? Scientists Find Answers With Asheville Study
Forestry and Environmental Resources Professor Chris DePerno believes that black bears and people can coexist quite well together in an urban environment like Asheville.
Ash Seeds key to Protection of Trees
Robert Jetton, Camcore Research Associate Professor, and Andy Whittier, Camcore Research Associate, are working to restore ash forest resources, by breeding and deploying EAB-resistant stock. To do this, they are collecting a lot of seeds.
Genetic studies presented to honor a pioneer
Forestry and Environmental Resources researchers Lilian Matallana, Jack Wang, José Jimenez and Edwin Lauer, joined other young global researchers in Sweden for seminars on sustainable forestry leading up to the Wallenberg Prize presentation with Ron Sederoff.
So Much Cutting-Edge Research in Sweden
Two Forestry and Environmental Resources post-doctoral researchers, Lilian Matallana and Jack Wang, and two doctoral students, José Jimenez and Edwin Lauer, joined 33 other young global researchers in Sweden for seminars and networking sessions leading up to the Wallenberg Prize presentation.
O Christmas Tree, How Lovely Are Thy Branches that Retain Needles
Forestry and Environmental Resources Post-Doctoral Research Scholar Lilian Matallana is trying to improve the quality of Fraser fir in the North Carolina Christmas tree market by pinpointing the gene responsible for needle retention.