Blog post about current and future tools from the Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network
The Grizzly Bear Program investigated animal use of an area shared by a quarry mine near Cadomin. Here's an update on all that has been happening.
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.
Blog post by Caitlin Tomaszewski for the Water Program.
Dan Wismer, our GIS analyst shares his journey as he built the Caribou Webtools in R.
Researchers from the Healthy Landscapes Program read the forest's scorches and scars to learn about Jasper National Park's history of wildfire.
A new paper from the Grizzly Bear Program determines what helps a translocation succeed.
The plants on seismic lines are forage for moose, deer, and their predators, adding yet another potential risk for caribou.
The Grizzly Bear Program is studying bear use of a quarry near Cadomin, Alberta.
The new research intern tells about that time she was dangled down a black bear den and accidentally slid head first into the mother bear.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new project called Landscapes in Motion, a multi-disciplinary, landscape-scale undertaking to understand how fire has shaped the landscape in the southern Rockies of Alberta.
What two grade 9 students learned from a day at the fRI Research headquarters.