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Auburn University researchers study longleaf pine drought resilience

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Written by Kristine Fedorenko Longleaf pine ecosystems may be the key to creating more drought resilient forests and help sustain crucial plant and animal habitat. Dwain G. Luce Professor of...
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SFWS to begin offering online graduate certificate programs for working professionals

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences recognizes there is a need for more opportunity and convenience for professionals to pursue continued education and advanced degrees. This year...
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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...
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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...