2-pager introducing the Healthy Landscapes Program suite of models called LandWeb.
A suite of models and a breakthrough platform that integrates many scientific fields will solve some of the hard, multi-way interactions of landscape ecology.
Pictures of the workshop "From Concept to Reality: Creating a Roadmap for Ecosystem-Based Management in Alberta" in Edmonton in June 2018, hosted by the Healthy Landscapes Program.
Peer reviewed paper from FGrOW.
Final report from the Tree Species Adaptation Risk Management Project from the Forest Growth Organization of Western Canada (FGrOW)
Paper published in Ecological Modelling, October 2015 issue, from the fRI Grizzly Bear Program
GIS program working on a project with the Water Program around the tri-creeks study area
Tree Improvement Alberta field tour was well attended and well received
Impacts of climate and catastrophic forest changes on streamflow and water balance in a mountainous headwater stream in Southern Alberta
Paper in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences related to the Southern Rockies Watershed Program
Report on fRI research about grizzly bear health and nutrition
Researchers from the University of Alberta, in partnership with the Foothills Research Institute, have published results from a ten-year study of grizzly bears in Alberta's rocky mountains.
On July 10 & 11, 2013, researchers from the Healthy Landscapes Program's fire history research team gathered together in Hinton to present details of their ongoing research, and to conduct a field tour of significant sites. We have captured the information in short videos, full-length videos (to come), photos and documents.