The program has identified 7 topics that it will support and is seeking researchers with ideas and interest, due February 6.
April 22, 23. Stay tuned for the agenda and registration info.
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.
The annual mountain pine beetle information forum will be held April 24 and 25 at the University of Alberta.
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.
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
You are invited to present posters of your mountain pine beetle research at the 2016 MPB and Stand Rehabilitation Research Forum and Field Tour.
An article in The Jasper Fitzhugh discusses the threat of mountain pine beetle to Jasper National Park and Alberta forests.
Northern perspective on Mountain Pine Beetle situation
Article from University of Alberta regarding the various research projects there related to the mountain pine beetle in Alberta
Mountain pine beetle wouldn't have been killed off by winter temperatures in 2013/14