Services for the forestry industry, land owners and government
- Tree Health Diagnostic and Advisory Service
- Social and economic research services
- Plant, tree, soil and water testing
- Technical Development Services
Updated adverts for #volunteer citizen science projects on plants page: Can you help @TreesforCities @Brillianto_GI @Forest_Research build an urban canopy cover map for Britain? RiverLife's West Lothian Aspen search for @ForthRiversT See: https://t.co/rIaT4nazP2
This wet damp weather can cause more debris to stick to our shoes and vehicles when out and about. Help prevent the spread of tree pests and diseases and remember why biosecurity is so important https://t.co/4MMFjTVf4o
The 103rd Scottish Freshwater Group meeting
This meeting is themed around Eco-Hydrology/Hydro-ecology to showcase work undertaken by a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds and career profiles.
NRS Forest Science Seminar: Trait expectations. Trait change in the tundra biome and what it means for the rest of the planet
The tundra is currently warming twice as rapidly as the rest of planet Earth, which is thought to be leading to widespread vegetation change. Understanding the drivers, patterns, and impacts of vegetation change will be critical to predicting the future state of tundra ecosystems and estimating potential feedbacks to the global climate system. In this talk I will demonstrate how plant traits – the characteristics of individuals and species – can be used to investigate the fundamental structure of tundra vegetation communities, and to link vegetation change to decomposition across the tundra biome.