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NSERC (National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)

NSERC (National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)

About

NSERC aims to make Canada a country of discoverers and innovators for the benefit of all Canadians. The agency supports university students in their advanced studies, promotes and supports discovery research, and fosters innovation by encouraging Canadian companies to participate and invest in postsecondary research projects. NSERC researchers are on the vanguard of science, building on Canada’s long tradition of scientific excellence.

Program & Project Involvement

Grizzly Bear Program
Program

Grizzly Bear Program

The fRI Research Grizzly Bear Program provides knowledge and planning tools to ensure the long-term conservation of grizzly bears in Alberta.

Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program
Program

Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program

The program carries out focused research on infestations of mountain pine beetle in Alberta.

Assessing Community Resilience to Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks in Alberta
Project

Assessing Community Resilience to Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks in Alberta

A collaboration between the Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program and the University of British Columbia.

Determinants of Wildfire Remnant Survival
Project

Determinants of Wildfire Remnant Survival

A research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program.

Creating Wildfire Mortality Maps and Metrics from Landsat Images
Project

Creating Wildfire Mortality Maps and Metrics from Landsat Images

A research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program.

Comparing Cultural to Natural Disturbance Patterns
Project

Comparing Cultural to Natural Disturbance Patterns

This research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program measures the differences between natural and industrial disturbance patterns.

Historical Fire Regimes, Water, and Climate in the Foothills
Project

Historical Fire Regimes, Water, and Climate in the Foothills

This research project from the Healthy Landscapes Program seeks to understand the historical fire regimes in the foothills, and the relationship to water quality, land use, and climate change.

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