Healthy Landscapes Program Lead David Andison was interviewed on CKUA's Innovation Anthology.
Annual report from fRI Research's Healthy Landscapes Program providing an update on current and recently completed projects.
Presentation from the March 2016 Alberta Agriculture and Forestry workshop on the Wet Areas Mapping Initiative.
About In this study, we design and test the ability of what we call a Healthy Landscape planning approach to create more sustainable future landscape on an industrially modified 330,000-hectare area in northeastern Alberta.
Annual report summarizing some of the activities of fRI Research programs for the 2014–15 fiscal year.
Video of presentation from the PTAC Resource Access forum in November 2014, about the fRI Healthy Landscapes Program
Poster outlining the watershed assessment procedure created for Alberta's eastern slopes
Novel Emulation Pattern Tool for Understanding Natural Events
Presentation outlining the background, hypothesis, study design, preliminary results and implications of Cobb's research on saproxylic beetles.
Healthy Landscapes Program QuickNote #21: Burning Questions: What is the Cumulative Effect of Different Natural Disturbances?
Note on an experiment designed to investigate cumulative effects of various natural disturbances.
Progress report describing background, hypotheses, work completed, collaboration and integration, future work and research goals for the project.
Report evaluating model runs from grizzly bear Cumulative Effects Assessment Model when compared with data gathered during the first 3 years of GBP.