Research Extension Notes

"Our environment is our future" 

The Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute’s Research Extension Notes (REN) are peer-reviewed publications of the research findings of NRESi members and of graduate students in the NRES Graduate Program. NRESi Research Extension Notes are intended to provide an outlet through which Institute members can make their research findings available to a non-technical audience. Research Extension Notes are published in electronic format. More information formatting and submission of Research Extension Notes can be found here.

Published Research Extension Notes
Publication NumberTitle (Click on the title of the REN to view )
REN-01How is forest management influencing carbon storage in sub-boreal forests? (Art Fredeen)
REN-02The timing of peatland initiation in east-central British Columbia: a first look (Paul Sanborn and Timothy Jull)
Effects of heliskiing on mountain goats: recommendations for updated guidelines (Becky Cadsand, Michael Gillingham, Doug Heard, Katherine Parker, and Garth Mowat, 2013)
REN-09Burning for northern mountain ungulates: effects of prescribed fire. (Krista Sittler, Katherine Parker, Michael Gillingham, Roger Wheate, Douglas Heard, 2014)
REN-10Sounds of the city: The effects of noise on communication in mountain and black-capped chickadees. (Stefanie E. LaZerte, Hans Slabbekoorn, and Ken A. Otter, 2016) 
REN-11Trends in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) concentrations in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. (Peter L. Jackson, James Albino, Cody Birch, Brayden Nilson, Jordan Pawluk, and Taras Tereshchak, 2017)
REN-12Nutritional values of habitats for woodland caribou in summer. (Kristin A. Denryter, Rachel C. Cook, John G. Cook, Katherine L. Parker, and Michael P. Gillingham. 2018)