Our Research in the Media

The New York Times, Nov 2022 – Are Trees Talking Underground? For Scientists, It’s in Dispute

The Gateway, Dec 2020 – Looking beyond the surface: U of A study finds fungal networks benefit tree growth

University of Alberta, October 22, 2020 – Soil fungi act like a support network for trees, study shows

University of Alberta – Wildfires, logging affect fungi pine forests depend on for survival, studies show

Edmonton Journal – New federal funding allows researchers to take risks on the ‘cutting edge,’ U of A researcher says

University of Alberta –  Figuring out how climate change affects the fungi that feeds trees and absorbs carbon

University of Alberta Faculty of ALES – ALES ecologist co-leads compilation of huge soil fungi database

University of Alberta Faculty of ALES – Forest ecologists win NSERC grant to study how fungi restore pine forests

University of Alberta – Could fungi help pine forests withstand climate change?

CBC Radio, Quirks and Quarks – The Destructive Pine Beetle Poses A New Threat

University of Alberta Faculty of ALES – Young pine trees face new peril

Radio Canada International – Pine beetles: unsuspected additional threat to boreal forest

Edmonton Sun –Next generation of pine beetles threatening North America

Nature World News – Pine Beetle Attacks: Infant Pines Targeted Too

Cheryl Crouchers’s Innovation Anthology – CONRAD 2013.12: Ectomycorrhizal Fungi Communities in Aurora Capping Study