The Natural Areas Journal is one of the leading voices in natural areas management and preservation. The Journal, published quarterly by the Natural Areas Association, provides a forum for communication among persons involved in the identification, preservation, protection and management of natural areas and natural diversity.
Study of dead wood in old-growth Iranian forest provides information for forest management
Dead wood, such as old stumps and logs, is often overlooked when examining forest's vitality; however, new research from old-growth forests in Iran point out the importance of this often-overlooked forest feature.
Scientific paper challenges assumptions about bark beetles' link to wildfires
Don't blame bark beetles for catastrophic wildfires such as the blaze that blackened more than 23,000 acres of Kittitas County in Washington state last summer, some scientists say.
New scientific studies reveal Midwestern frogs decline, mammal populations altered by invasive plant
Researchers at Lincoln Park Zoo and Northern Illinois University have discovered a new culprit contributing to amphibian decline and altered mammal distribution throughout the Midwest region – the invasive plant European ...