Techniques Canopy Modeling
Canopy water content is the most sensitive physiological measure of giant sequoia susceptibility to drought.
A century of declining rainfall is closely tied to observed changes in forest structure and photosynthesis in Hawaii.
Regeneration of reclaimable, underproductive agriculture can play a key role in lowland tropical forest connectivity, reconnecting now isolated populations of endangered Bornean elephants.
Management and forest restoration efforts that foster taller Bornean rainforest canopies are more likely to succeed at sustaining orangutan populations over the long-term.
A new approach to prioritize landscapes for restoration based on mapped vegetation properties