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SFWS hosts stakeholders for sustainable construction seminar and discussion on the emerging biobased economy

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Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences hosted a seminar and reception, "Future of Tall: Building a Wood High-Rise in the U.S.," on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Auburn’s Telfair...
Greater Bamboo Lemur eating culm

Study shows climate change pushing Greater Bamboo Lemur closer to the brink of extinction

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Human disturbance of tropical rainforests in Madagascar including wildfires, burning and timber exploitation, have led to reduced rainfall and a longer dry season, further pushing the already critically endangered Greater...
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SFWS to host third annual career fair on Nov. 29

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Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will host its third annual career fair on Nov. 29 in Auburn, Alabama. Natural resources-based employers are invited to meet, engage, and...
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SFWS professor Christopher Lepczyk seeks to improve biodiversity of urban green spaces

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Green spaces are common throughout cities and potentially very important for biodiversity. Yet, we know surprisingly little about their ecology and value to conservation, says Auburn University Professor Christopher Lepczyk....
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Auburn scientists identify factors contributing to West Nile virus outbreaks

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Texas health officials have reported 89 cases of West Nile virus in the state and three deaths as of late September, with 49 deaths reported nationwide so far in 2017....
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Auburn scientists exploring conditions impacting hurricane frequency

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As a society, we are only now beginning to understand the emotional, physical and economic toll of recent catastrophic events such as hurricanes Harvey and Irma, says Auburn University climate...
interior rending of Framework building

Alabama’s forest products industry leads the way toward a bio-based economy

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Alabama’s forest production and processing industry contributes nearly $21 billion to the state’s economy and positions it to be a leader in the development of a sustainable bio-based economy that...
SFWS alumnae panelists speak about their experiences.

Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences celebrates 125 Years of Auburn Women and 45 Years of Women in Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources

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Auburn University has come a long way since the time the first women students, Katherine Broun, Margaret Teague, and Willie Little were admitted in 1892. In honor of their pioneering...
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SFWS announces the Seminar Series fall calendar

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has announced its fall Seminar Series schedule. The series, offered throughout the fall and spring semesters, was created by the school...