Conservation & Biodiversity

Allan Strong: A Moose, a Bird, and a Shrub: An Ecological Relationship That May Change with Climate
Principal Investigator: Allan Strong
Project Award Year: 2009
David Patrick: A New Way to Assess Biodiversity, Forest Condition, and Effects of Tree Harvest
Principal Investigator: David Patrick
Project Award Year: 2009
Jacqueline Frair: Adirondack Study Exposes Evolving Niche of the Coyote in Northeastern Forests
Principal Investigator: Jacqueline Frair
Project Award Year: 2010
David Publicover: Assessing Ecological Value and Conservation Priority of High-Elevation Spruce-Fir Forest
Principal Investigator: David Publicover
Project Award Year: 2011
David Patrick: Assessing Potential Effects of Climate Change on Mink Frog Range and Persistence
Principal Investigator: David Patrick
Project Award Year: 2012
Gregory McGee: Balancing Preservation of Forest Habitat Structure with Sustainable Production of Forest Products
Stephen Langdon: Collection of Baseline Data to Promote Research at Remote Adirondack Preserve
Principal Investigator: Stephen Langdon
Project Award Year: 2010
Marla R. Emery: Culturally and Economically Important Nontimber Forest Products of Northern Maine
Principal Investigator: Marla R. Emery
Project Award Year: 2007
William Keeton: Demonstration of Sustainable Forest Management Alternatives
Principal Investigator: William Keeton
Project Award Year: 2004
John Hagan: Developing Management Guidelines to Conserve Old Forests
Principal Investigator: John Hagan
Project Award Year: 2005
James Murdoch: Distribution of American Marten in Vermont and the Northern Forest Region
Principal Investigator: James Murdoch
Project Award Year: 2015
David Capen: Do Conservation Easements Promote Sustainable Management of the Northern Forest?
Principal Investigator: David Capen
Project Award Year: 2003
Michale Glennon: Ecological Impacts of Residential Roads on Songbirds in the Adirondacks
Principal Investigator: Michale Glennon
Project Award Year: 2010
David Capen: Ecological Reserves and a Sustainable Forest Economy Can Work Together in the Northern Forest
Daniel Harrison: Effectiveness of Zoning to Protect Deer Wintering Areas
Principal Investigator: Daniel Harrison
Project Award Year: 2008
Therese Donovan: Effects of Biomass Energy Production on Northern Forest Sustainability and Wildlife
Principal Investigator: Therese Donovan
Project Award Year: 2012
Joseph Orefice: Emerging Use of Silvopastures in the Northeastern U.S. for Forage and Livestock Production
Principal Investigator: Joseph Orefice
Project Award Year: 2014
Principal Investigator: Paula Marquardt
Project Award Year: 2014
Deane Wang: Forest Certification: Its Role in Sustainable Forestry in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Deane Wang
Project Award Year: 2003
Jason Johnston: Forest Habitat Type Affects Abundance of Invertebrate Food for Birds
Principal Investigator: Jason Johnston
Project Award Year: 2009
Colin Beier: Forest Soil Fauna Diversity and Food Webs Show Increased Tolerance to Calcium Depletion
Principal Investigator: Colin Beier
Project Award Year: 2010
Principal Investigator: Jennifer Pontius
Project Award Year: 2014
Keith Nislow: Impacts of Acidity and Aluminum on Restoration of Atlantic Salmon in Northern Forest Watersheds
Principal Investigator: Keith H. Nislow
Project Award Year: 2003
Michale Glennon: Impacts of Recreation Activity on Wildlife Communities in the Adirondacks
Principal Investigator: Michale Glennon
Project Award Year: 2014
Principal Investigator: Shannon Farrell
Project Award Year: 2016
Colin Beier: Importance of Calcium-Rich Forest Patches as Refuges for Calcium-Dependent Species
Principal Investigator: Colin Beier
Project Award Year: 2008
Jennifer Pontius: Improving Estimates of Carbon Storage in Northeastern Forests
Principal Investigator: Jennifer Pontius
Project Award Year: 2015
Robert Manning: Indicators of Quality for Recreation and Tourism on Mountain Summits
Principal Investigator: Robert Manning
Project Award Year: 2006
Stacy McNulty: Influence of American Beech Thickets on Biodiversity in Northern Hardwood Forests
Principal Investigator: Stacy McNulty
Project Award Year: 2009
Winsor Lowe: Influence of Forest Succession on Insect Biodiversity and Brook Trout Diets
Principal Investigator: Winsor Lowe
Project Award Year: 2008
Margaret Bryant: Influence of Planning and Stakeholder Perceptions in Landscape Linkage Projects
Principal Investigator: M. Margaret Bryant
Project Award Year: 2012
David Capen: Inventory of Town Forests in Vermont
Principal Investigator: David Capen
Project Award Year: 2007
Stacy McNulty & Amanda Pachomski: Investigating Wetland Foraging Sites of the Rusty Blackbird, a Declining Species
Principal Investigator: Stacy McNulty
Project Award Year: 2013
David Capen: Lakeshore Development Affects Shoreline Habitat in Northeastern Vermont
Principal Investigator: David Capen
Project Award Year: 2005
Jamey Fidel: Land Subdivision and Parcelization Trends in Vermont
Principal Investigator: Jamey Fidel
Project Award Year: 2009
T. Bruce Lauber: Making Community Collaboration Work in Forest Conservation and Development
Principal Investigator: T. Bruce Lauber
Project Award Year: 2003
Steven Sader: Monitoring Forest Sustainability across Large Landscapes
Principal Investigator: Steven Sader
Project Award Year: 2006
Martin Dovciak: Montane Tree Species Distributions Not Yet Shifting Upslope in Response to Changes in Climate
Principal Investigator: Martin Dovciak
Project Award Year: 2011
Robert Manning: Personal Contact Remains Effective Form of Mountain Summit Visitor Education and Stewardship
Principal Investigator: Robert Manning
Project Award Year: 2012
Julia Goren: Photo Analysis to Track Changes in Adirondack Alpine Vegetation Over Time
Principal Investigator: Julia Goren
Project Award Year: 2010
Allan Strong & Christine Peterson: Powerline Rights-of-Way Provide Habitat for Declining Bird Species
Principal Investigator: Allan Strong
Project Award Year: 2013
Therese Donovan: Predicting Impacts of Housing Density Changes on Black Bear Occurrence
Principal Investigator: Therese Donovan
Project Award Year: 2002
Mary Watzin: Predicting Land Use Change Helps Guide Stream Habitat Protection Efforts
Principal Investigator: Mary Watzin
Project Award Year: 2002
Paul Karczmarczyk: Public Attitudes toward Forest Management in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Paul Karczmarczyk
Project Award Year: 2004
Danilo Fernando: Rare Fern in Northern Forest Valuable to Understand Plant Responses to Climate Change
Principal Investigator: Danilo Fernando
Project Award Year: 2011
Jamey Fidel: Reducing Forest Fragmentation through Subdivision and Zoning Strategies
Principal Investigator: Jamey Fidel
Project Award Year: 2011
Laura Kenefic: Relationships between Nonnative Invasive Plant Distribution and Land Use History
Principal Investigator: Laura Kenefic
Project Award Year: 2005
Julia Goren: Shifts in Alpine Plant Populations as Indicators of Climate Change
Principal Investigator: Julia Goren
Project Award Year: 2013
Therese Donovan: Sustainable Management of Northern Forests for Timber, Carbon, and Biodiversity
Principal Investigator: Therese Donovan
Project Award Year: 2006
Gary Hawley: Testing Cold Hardiness of American Chestnut for Restoration in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Gary Hawley
Project Award Year: 2008
Michael Saunders: Timber Productivity of Natural Disturbance-Based Forest Management
Principal Investigator: Michael Saunders
Project Award Year: 2007
Principal Investigator: Jamey Fidel
Project Award Year: 2015
Deane Wang: Training the Next Generation of Conservation Leaders in Local Communities
Principal Investigator: Deane Wang
Project Award Year: 2005
Principal Investigator: John Daigle
Project Award Year: 2014
Ted Howard: U.S. and Canadian Conference Provides Exchange of Forest Science
Principal Investigator: Theodore Howard
Project Award Year: 2012
Principal Investigator: David King
Project Award Year: 2015
Heidi Kretser:Using Genetics to Evaluate Re-colonization by Moose in the Northeastern U.S.
Principal Investigator: Heidi Kretser
Project Award Year: 2009
Julia Goren:  Photopoint Monitoring in the Adirondack Alpine Zone
Principal Investigator: Julia Goren
Project Award Year: 2009
James Murdoch: Views Toward Wildlife and Involvement in Recreation Influence Public Acceptability of Development
Subscribe to Conservation & Biodiversity