Climate change accounts for a doubling of area burned in the US West, according to new study.
Douglas firs grow less during warm summers, not good news in a warming climate.
A recent study reports how insect outbreaks appear to reduce the severity of subsequent wildfires in affected forests.
A recent paper suggests plants many respire less carbon under a warmer climate than previously thought.
In an extensive synthesis, forest researchers examine why it’s difficult to extrapolate from drought impacts on individual trees to drought impacts on whole forests.
A new study quantifies how the damp-loving Swiss needle cast fungus slows the growth of Douglas fir.