TREE RINGS: Reading Between the Lines

Welcome to the Tree-Ring Lab at the University of British Columbia!

The Tree-Ring Lab is featured in the latest edition of branchlines

Tree-Ring Lab PhD Candidate Greg Greene discusses his experience as a graduate intern at the UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest and how his interest in wildfire fuels management is translating to a direct benefit for the Alex Fraser Research Forest. See the full article HERE.

Are YOU Fire Smart?  Adapting to Improve Resilience to Wildfire

Register for any of the 3 free public lectures on Wildfire at the Kelowna Library (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday):http://www.wildlandfire2016.ca/public-lectures/

Survey for Community-leaders to provide feedback on their plans and actions toward wildfire prevention:
https://survey.ubc.ca/s/WildfirePrevention/

Advice for Homeowners: http://firesmartcanada.ca/

Strategic Wildfire Prevention funding for communities in BC:
http://www.ubcm.ca/EN/main/funding/lgps/strategic-wildfire-prevention.html

About our research…

Our research combines forest ecology and dendrochronology to investigate the influences of natural and anthropogenic disturbances and climate variation on the dynamics of temperate forests of western North and South America. We address theoretical questions by combining field and lab research techniques and apply our results to conservation and management of ecosystems.

We invite you to explore our website. Discover why our lab motto is “tree rings are fun!” Learn more about our projects, the great team of graduate students and undergraduate research assistants, collaborations in field and lab, and our contributions to scientific knowledge, teaching and learning.