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Two chairs, including ALES' Scott Nielsen, will focus on key biodiversity challenges in the energy sector.
ALES researchers developing pheromone-based bait to stem the destructive spread of the mountain pine beetle
Warmer temperatures, easier access to food may be helping Alberta grizzly bears fatten up, new research reveals
U of A biologist Victor Lieffers, an expert in forest management, is interviewed about changes to post-secondary forestry education.
Kyle Rosychuk, a second year forestry management student at the U of A, is one of the winners in the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) contest in which 18 students from across the country have won a Green Dream Internship summer job after participating in a social media contest.
University Alberta mountain pine beetle researcher Nadir Erbilgin is interviewed about his latest work in developing a bait to fight the insect's invasion of Canadian forests.
BSc, Environmental and Conservation Science, 2004
Parks Land-Use Framework Planner, Government of Alberta