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  • Particulate organic matter (POM), which consists of small pieces of twigs, leaves, soil, and other items found in the water,…

    Caribbean Cruise: Examining the Movement and Quality of Organic Matter Over Time From Two Caribbean Watersheds

  • The research in this monograph looks at the use of prairie strips, which are strips of native prairie plants that…

    Cream of the Crop: Assessing the Environmental Benefits of Prairie Strips

  • After reading the Woodsy Owl edition of Natural Inquirer, test your knowledge with a crossword puzzle.

    Crossword – Woodsy Owl

  • Some scientists think that wildlife is mostly dependent on the immediate natural area in which it lives. The scientist in…

    Goldifinch and the Three Scales: Investigating Songbird Habitats Near Rivers

  • Some scientists think that wildlife is mostly dependent on the immediate natural area in which it lives. The scientist in…

    Goldifinch and the Three Scales: Investigating Songbird Habitats Near Rivers (Spanish)

  • Primary forests are usually rich in biodiversity. Biodiversity is the variety of life and life processes. When a natural ecosystem…

    Inquiry 2: Biodiversity and the World’s Forests

  • In recent years, populations of quaking aspen have been in decline in the Western United States. Stands of aspen are…

    Quaking in their Roots: The Decline of the Quaking Aspen

  • In recent years, populations of quaking aspen have been in decline in the Western United States. Stands of aspen are…

    Quaking in their Roots: The Decline of the Quaking Aspen (Spanish)

  • Mountain pine beetles are a natural part of the environment in forests of the Western United States. However, because of…

    SPLAT! Protecting Pine Trees in the Western United States from Beetle Attack

  • The scientists in this study were interested in two questions: (1) How are tamaligi trees impacting the native forests in…

    The Plot Thickens – How Native Trees Responded to the Removal of an Unwanted Tree Species in Forest Study Plots

  • In this edition of Natural Inquirer, you will learn about the world’s forests. Every 5 years the Food and Agriculture…

    The World’s Forests 2 – Vol. 15 No. 2

  • Globalization causes many things to happen. For the scientists in this study, globalization has increased the spread of invasive species.…

    Think Outside the Box: Predicting the Spread of Invasive Species