Historias de pasantes: primera vez en los pinos

July 19, 2023

Mi nombre es Estefani Moyers y soy de Cananea, Sonora, un pueblo minero al sur de la frontera con Arizona. Y esto es un poco de cómo fue mi primera…
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Intern Stories: First Time in the Pines

My name is Estefani Moyers, and I’m from Cananea, Sonora — a mining town just south of the Arizona border. And this is a bit of what my first experience…
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Signs of Life—Forest Recovery After Fire

September 9, 2020

Join us for this Coffee Break to find hope in the ashes after wildfire. Across the west, fires are burning in a multitude of forests this year. We will discuss…
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Friday Fauna Feature: Animals Immediately Return after Fire at the Border

June 19, 2020

On May 31, 2020, lightning ignited a wildfire in the San Rafael Valley near the U.S.-Mexico border at one of Border Wildlife Study camera sites. After several days, the fire reached our wildlife camera as it burned across about 400…
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Enhancing Resilience to Catastrophic Wildfire

May 27, 2020

What do wildland fires have to do with water?  Lots, actually! In addition to the more obvious and immediate impacts—burned vegetation and habitat destruction—wildfires have extensive hydrological and ecological effects on watersheds. These impacts include erosion, debris flow, flooding, and changes in water quality—all very important factors for ecosystem health.  …
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See place-based wildfire analysis on our Story Map

February 6, 2017

Throughout 2015 and 2016, we monitored two locations in the Chiricahua Mountains of southeastern Arizona to document the effect that rock structures have on soil moisture and compare performance of…
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