Related Research News

April 27, 2021 The Atlantic
Why dead trees are ‘the hottest commodity on planet’
By Robinson Meyer

March 02, 2021 Folio
Limiting invasive species may be a better goal than eliminating them, new research suggests
By Katie Willis

December 14, 2020 Faculty of Science
The life mathematic: Redesign of mathematical biology courses shares new perspectives in understanding the biological world
By Katie Willis

October 9, 2020 CBC News
Federal cash for mountain pine beetle battle will help stretch Alberta’s efforts, researcher says
By Emily Senger Journalist CBC News

July 16, 2020 Global News
Researchers find the further they go, the stronger mountain pine beetles’ signal gets
By Laurel Gregory Reporter Global News

May 14, 2020 Global News
Don’t move a mussel: B.C. boat inspection stations open for season
By Jules Knox Reporter Global Okanagan

February 12, 2019 Global News
Mountain pine beetle larvae may be reduced by 90% due to Alberta’s cold winter
By Heide Pearson Online Journalist  Global News

February 11, 2019
Alberta’s destructive mountain pine beetle likely decimated by cold snap
CBC News

July 17, 2018
Mountain pine beetle takes over Jasper National Park forests
By Janet French Edmonton Journal

Updated March 9, 2018
Whirling disease found in North Saskatchewan River
Postmedia News, Edmonton Journal