Conservation planning

WCS Canada Conservation Report 12 - Fire and Insects

Cooke, H.A., Morissette, J., Cobb, T. & Reid, D.


Managing Naturally Disturbed Forests to Conserve Ecological Values

Recommended citation

Cooke, H.A., Morissette, J., Cobb, T. & Reid, D. (2019). WCS Canada Conservation Report 12 - Fire and Insects. WCS Canada. https://library.wcs.org/doi/ctl/view/mid/33065/pubid/DMX3630400000.aspx

Donald Reid

Donald Reid

Emeritus Scientist

Hilary Cooke

Hilary Cooke

Co-Director, Northern Boreal Mountains Program

Burning trees: not a good way to solve the climate crisis

Burning trees: not a good way to solve the climate crisis

Letter to Yukon News: re Biomass for Institutional Heating
Donald Reid, Hilary Cooke

Burned and beetle-killed forests need protection too

Burned and beetle-killed forests need protection too

Insect life thrives in areas rich with dead or dying trees.
Hilary Cooke

Bees have a big job to do -- and they could use a hand

Bees have a big job to do -- and they could use a hand

Did you know that the majority of the roughly 4,000 North American bee species live alone, can’t sting you, and nest in the ground?