Faculty/Staff News

Researchers will use drone-based Light Detection and Ranging to identify and predict forest features critical for snowshoe hare and American marten in the Northern Forest.

UNH Researchers Receive Grants to Address Forestry Priorities of Granite State

Three researchers from the University of New Hampshire will receive grants for research that will address priority issues facing forest stakeholders in the Northern Forest region. These three grants total nearly $600,000 are among 11 announced by the Northeastern States Research Cooperative (NSRC)... Read More

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