ASCC News & Publications

Stay up-to-date with ASCC news, events, publications, and happenings. 

Small Mammals, Mycorrhizal Fungi, and Forest Regeneration

Small mammals and mycorrhizal fungi are integral component to forests, yet much remains unknown about how their interactions contribute to the health and resiliency of forests.

Muller et al. Paper on MN ASCC Highlighted in the Minnesota Daily

The research taking place on the Cutfoot Experimental Forest ASCC site on the Chippewa National Forest in northern Minnesota was recently highlighted in the Minnesota Daily. 

Muller et al. 2019 ASCC Article Published in Forest Ecology and Management

Check out the journal article titled “Forest adaptation strategies aimed at climate change: Assessing the performance of future climate-adapted tree species in a northern Minnesota pine ecosystem" in Forest Ecology and Management, authored by University of Minnesota PhD Student Jacob Muller, Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Ch

Minnesota ASCC Site Lead and Graduate Student Featured in KARE11 Video Interview

Jamie Mosul, Research Assistant and Graduate Student at the University of Minnesota, and Dr. Brian Palik, Research Ecologist with the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station and site lead for the Chippewa National Forest ASCC site in Minnesota, were both featured in a recent video interview with KARE11.

Petawawa Research Forest ASCC Site in the Ottawa Citizen

Check-out the Ottawa Citizen article featuring Petawawa Research Forest ASCC Site Lead, Mike Hoepting, as he takes a walk in the woods with science reporter, Tom Spears. The article details how Canadian foresters working on the ASCC site at the Petawawa Research Forest are thinking about different strategies for adapting to climate change, including exploring southern tree species that

Dr. Brian Palik's Interview with Northern Community Radio Kaxe/Kbxe

Dr. Brian Palik, Research Ecologist with the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station and site lead for the Chippewa National Forest ASCC site in Minnesota, recently interviewed with Northern Community Radio Kaxe/Kbxe. John Latimer and Harry Hutchins spoke with Dr.