NH Water Resources Research Center

A photo of a chipmunk poised on a log in a forest. Chipmunks help disperse fungal spores.

Who’s Bringing the Fungi?

An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers recently shared their findings into how wind and small mammals—eastern chipmunks, southern red-backed voles and woodland jumping mice—help disperse fungi following forest disturbances, such as timber harvests. Read More

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