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CID Bio-Science September 2019 Newsletter

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May 2016, Satellite images related to canopy data helps predict forest response to drought

CASE STUDY: Dr. Tim Assal U.S. Geological Survey Satellite images related to canopy data helps predict forest response to drought Dr. Tim Assal is a spatial ecologist interested in ecosystem dynamics, specifically the impacts of drought on mortality of forest ...

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March 2016, Measuring Leaf Area in Lettuce Plants

Dr. Alexander Diaz of the Universidad Militar Nueva Granada has been assessing the impact of compost on lettuce plants by measuring leaf area with the CI-202 Portable Laser Leaf Area Meter.

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February 2016, Measuring Leaf Area Index in Riparian Plants

Jaycee Leonard is a M.S. student in the Rangeland Ecology and Management program at Oregon State University under Dr. Carlos Ochoa.

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CID Bio-Science, January 2016, Measuring Photosynthesis in Alpine Plants

Simone Whitecloud, an Ecology and Evolutionary Biology PhD candidate from Dartmouth College, has conducted novel research in climates ranging from New England’s White Mountains to Greenland’s tundra.

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CID Bio-Science, December 2015

The Pacific Northwest, home to CID Bio-Science, is famous for its dark and dreary winters. Rain drizzles steadily, fog settles in valleys, and evergreens loom against a constant backdrop of grey sky. Located at the southern border of Washington state, ...

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CID Bio-Science, November 2015, Roots and Dormancy

Even when photosynthesis all but stops in evergreens, and deciduous plants lose their leaves, the part of plants hiding in the soil remains active. Roots experience a buffered environment—no wind, less severe temperature shifts, and no change in light exposure.

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CID Bio-Science, October 2015, Story of Autumn

As a botanist, fall is one of my favorite seasons. The changing hardwoods which surround us here in the Pacific Northwest give me an opportunity to share one of my favorite science “did-you-know?” stories with my non-scientist friends and coworkers.

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