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  • Today, Smokey continues to teach people of all ages about the importance of preventing wildfires. Just how effective is Smokey’s…

    A Burning Question: Is An Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure?

  • Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) once could be found from southeastern Virginia to eastern Texas. Longleaf pines are not usually killed…

    aPods Rule! What Happens to Arthropods Following a Wildland Fire?

  • The scientists in this study developed a process to help managers identify management priorities. As conditions change over time, the…

    At Your Service: Developing Models to Help Natural Resource Managers Make Better Decisions

  • Test your knowledge on ecosystems, vegetation, and erosion.

    Crossword – Ecosystem Services

  • Test your knowledge on agriculture, habitats, and drought.

    Crossword Puzzle – Natural IQ Climate Change

  • If the temperature of a stream rises too high, the animals that live in the stream may find it difficult…

    Did They Make the Gradient? Climate and Stream Temperatures Now and Into the Future

  • In this study, the scientist was asked to predict how much fresh water people living in the United States will…

    Do What You Water: The Current Situation and Possible Future of Fresh Water in the United States

  • In this study, the scientist was asked to predict how much fresh water people living in the United States will…

    Do What You Water: The Current Situation and Possible Future of Fresh Water in the United States (Spanish)

  • The scientists in this study were interested in environmental changes occuring in the Southern United States. The scientists were interested…

    Everything but the Carbon Sink: Carbon Storage in the Southern United States

  • The scientists in this study wanted to know how rising levels of carbon dioxide in the troposphere might affect the…

    FACELook! Exploring the Relationship Between Carbon, Photosynthesis, and the Roots of Trees

  • In this FACTivity, you will create an illustration model of your schoolyard’s ecosystem. The question you will answer in this…

    FACTivity – At Your Service

  • The question you will answer in this FACTivity is: How do air temperature patterns relate to a yearly natural event,…

    FACTivity – Timed Travel