Over the next nine years the Center for Agroforestry at the School of Natural Resources will be analyzing runoff water from a dozen farms in Missouri.
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MU research to help improve conditions in the Dead Zone
Pacific Ocean temperatures influence tornado activity in U.S.
A SNR researcher has found that the temperature of the Pacific Ocean could help scientists predict the type and location of tornado activity in the United States.
Pacific ocean temperatures may bring a typical Midwestern winter
A weak La Niña will steer storms away from the Midwest this fall.
Pacific temperatures help direct U.S. tornado tracks and frequency
The temperature of the Pacific Ocean influences the number and location of tornadoes in America.
Reductions in populations could harm agriculture
A warmer climate may be causing snakes to become more active and seek more baby birds for food.
CAFNR students become wildland firefighters
Peter Noble graduated from MU with a B.S. in both forestry and fisheries and wildlife biology, and is currently a seasonal crewmember on Kings Peak Wildland Fire Module on the Ashley National Forest in Utah. Marissa Jo Daniel holds B.S. degrees in forestry and fisheries and wildlife biology and a master‘s degree in forestry from MU, with an emphasis in forest economic s and policy. She works as a Gila Hotshot based in New Mexico on the Gila National Forest.