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  1. Moni Holowach

    Alternative Reading Week trips sharpen lecture lessons

    ALES students exchanged service for information in India, Cuba and Edmonton's inner-city

  2. Fangliang He

    Competition between trees the main driver of forest change

    Climate change found to be significant but not as important as previously thought

  3. Richard Louv

    Boost outdoor time to help save the environment

    Celebrated author Richard Louv says nature's beauty will inspire an ideal future

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In the News

  1. Cash-prize coyote hunt no danger to animal population

    University of Alberta biologist Lee Foote says a controversial tournament in Alberta offering a cash prize to the team of hunters that can kill the most coyotes in one day poses no risk to the animal population.

  2. Attack of the pine beetle

    When the mountain pine beetle began blazing a path across forests in British Columbia and Alberta, nobody could have imagined the extent of the damage to come. Nadir Erbilgin, associate professor and Canada Research Chair in Forest Entomology in the Department of Renewable Resources is interviewed.

  3. Department chair at the U of A’s school of forest science and management tells a few things about Edmonton’s trees

    Many of the oldest trees in Edmonton can be found around the city’s core and Old Strathcona, according to Vic Lieffers, department chair at the U of A’s Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environment Sciences.

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Where are they now?

  1. Shannon Stotyn

    MSc, Conservation Biology, 2008

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