Final report for the Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program
Mountain Pine Beetle
Predicting the risk of mountain pine beetle spread to eastern pine forests: Considering uncertainty in uncertain times
Peer reviewed publication from the Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program
Briefing note on the Forest Growth Organization of Western Canada (FGrOW) research project.
Mountain pine beetle is Alberta’s most serious threat facing its pine forests calling attention to the stability of the forest industry, well being of forest based communities, provisioning of ecological services and public safety.
PDF downloads of the presentations, and a video archive of the event.
The Pine Beetle App is out for iOS and Android.
The open house will run from 2–8 PM on October 12, 2016 at the Hinton Community Center.
Increasing loss of trees in Jasper National Park to MPB leads to more work on controlling the infestation
Slideshow of the event, including panel presentations and the field tour.
The field tour guide contains information about the research sites visited at the 2016 forum.
The program contains information about the agenda, speakers, presentation and poster abstracts, and project updates.
Presentation from the 2016 fRI Research Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program research forum and field tour