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National Boreal Program Sep 22
is a time to reflect on partnerships and the progress we've made together to advance conservation in the forest. Visit the Wetland Knowledge for more info and resources on the importance of wetlands to forests.
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wpglibrary 13h
The Boreal Forest is also called the Taiga Biome. It’s the largest land-based biome on the planet, 2nd in size to the oceans! It’s forests are vast & full of life. Many lakes are in it & many rivers run through it. It spans 12 countries!
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@juha_hyyppa Sep 18
provides comparable accuracies with multi photon technologies for for area-based . But mechanisms are different. Comparing features of single and multi-photon lidar in forests
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Michael Zelniker Sep 20
On the George River to visit with my friends , Michele Audette, Serge, Eloise... Words cannot describe the experience I had while on the ancestral land of the in a remote area of Northeastern Quebec - home to . Protecting the
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GCB Bioenergy Sep 18
Effects of whole‐tree harvesting at thinning and subsequent compensatory nutrient additions on carbon sequestration and soil acidification in a forest 📝 (open access!)
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Ducks Unlimited CAN Sep 23
Many of Canada's wildlife and plant species rely on boreal habitat.
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Parcs Canada Sep 22
Replying to @ParksCanada
answer! There are over 1 BILLION acres (1.2 to be exact) of forest in ! 🙉 How close were you?
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Michael Zelniker 6h
Sunset in Rimouski at the mouth of the St Lawrence River. The Quebec is absolutely magnificent. Tomorrow we observe moose and see the damage that logging is doing to these existentially important forests.
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Corinne Marie France Meadows Sep 19
Leaning to the right. In a boreal forest kind of way.
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tiazi Sep 23
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Maxence Martin Sep 19
Thanks to Miguel Montoro Girona , for sharing our most recent article in during my pre-twitter era, looking at the regeneration dynamics in and magnified by beautiful .
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Parks Canada Sep 22
: Can you guess how many acres of forest there are in ? 🧐🌲 Hint: It’s one of the largest ecosystems in the world, so go BIG!📍: Nahanni National Park Reserve
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Walter Andreeff 🇨🇦🌎🏞 Sep 20
I'm a keen observer watching what is happening to bird habitats where I live. Multiple impacts from activities are affecting huge tracts of forest areas. Industrial activities, , and and a reduction in food.
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CanadianMountainNet Sep 21
A major project from outlines pockets of 's that may give more time and space to adjust to a changing climate:
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Ducks Unlimited CAN Sep 17
This region supports high density and diversity of waterfowl, including black scoter—a species considered near-threatened by the IUCN.
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Green Century Sep 18
To help protect the , Green Century has filed a shareholder resolution w/ urging it to eliminate deforestation & forest degradation in its supply chain. Learn more about our shareholder resolution:
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Maxence Martin Sep 23
With Hubert Morin at , we are currently looking for a student for a MSc on the study of forests in the Monts-Valin National Park :
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Boreal Conservation Sep 16
Despite news that the world has largely failed to meet targets, solutions do exist. The time to scale up the on-the-ground efforts of Indigenous Nations & conserve the is NOW -- while we still can.
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Environment America Sep 17
Extensive logging in the threatens the summer habitat of migratory birds, many of which are passing through our backyards now on their way to their wintering grounds. Protect the boreal, .
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TGD PadresTEA Salta Sep 23
Buenos dias!!! está tarde es la Charla con el Dr. Daniel Paganetti ... Mamis, Papis y Profesionales con dificultades con como link👇 Los esperamos!!!!💙💙💙💙
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