Research team members meeting with refuge managers
Climate change has managers concerned about the future of their refuges. The extreme weather events project members have been meeting with refuge managers to help them understand what will happen.
Can we stop fires before they start? Researchers are working to predict fire ignitions.
Controlled burning is one of the most effective tools for restoring grasslands and savannas across the Midwest. But there are many more lands needing burning than there are resources available.
Historical maps are pretty AND useful. Catalina is using them to determine the effects of past land use on subsequent land cover change in the Carpathian Region of Europe.
Carlos Ramirez Reyes develops a way to monitor deforestation in Mexico using satellite images from 1990 to present.

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