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.
Celebrating IDWGS and women in STEM.
Message from Jesse Kirillo, incoming president of fRI Research.
UBC-led project with the Grizzly Bear Program Receives $1.4M for Research to Support Recovery Efforts
Grant from NSERC supports multi-disciplinary grizzly bear conservation research in Alberta.
A tool created by the GIS Program measures travel distance between seismic lines and the nearest town for caribou conservation.
Dan Wismer is our new GIS Analyst.
In the foothills of west-central Alberta, the last of the snow does not melt until May. It is then that the dwindling herds of caribou begin their spring migration up into the Rocky Mountains.
The GIS and Grizzly Bear Programs created an animation of grizzly bear movement around a landscape of forest and cut blocks, using real GPS collar data.
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
We are seeking a motivated individual to be part of our dynamic GIS Team. Closing date: September 20, 2016, 1600h MST
A new paper from the Caribou Program reveals how caribou from two herds in west-central Alberta are shifting their home range to higher altitudes.