A prehistoric forest grows in Brunei

The first study of leaf fossils conducted in the nation of Brunei on the island of Borneo has revealed that the current dominant tree group, …

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Cameras reveal snowshoe hare density

The number of hares in a forest is a good indicator of how healthy that ecosystem is — and now there’s a better way to …

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Fishers facing pressure from wildfires, salvage logging

The recovery of the fisher, a charismatic, long-tailed forest carnivore, will likely be hindered by the increasing frequency and intensity of future wildfires, new research …

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Sending up the bat signal on forest use by endangered species

Deep in an Indiana forest, a team of scientists skulked atop hillsides after dark. Carrying radios and antennas, they fanned out, positioning themselves on opposite …

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