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A former forest insect control officer with the Forest Insect and Disease Survey Unit of the Canadian Forest Service, Meating said he has received interest in TreeAzin from across North America.
Since 1999, and especially in the last five years, the forests have shifted from being a carbon sink to a carbon source," Werner Kurz, a research scientist at the Canadian Forest Service, told the Chicago Tribune.
Canadian Forest Service (Canada) has patented an isolated polynucleotide sequence useful as a promoter in plant root tissue.
The tool that measures such changes builds upon a decade of work by scientists at the Canadian Forest Service to develop a carbon budget model for research purposes.
The environmental impact of the Three Gorges Dam will be tremendous, says Fangliang He, an ecologist with the Canadian Forest Service in Victoria, British Columbia.
Ottawa's Canadian Forest Service (CFS) has the job of promoting "the sustainable development of Canada's forests and competitiveness of the Canadian forest sector for the well-being of present and future generations of Canadians.
The Canadian Forest Service has contained the beetle so far by cutting "fire breaks" that circle the city, but the thing flies.
It ends at the end of March," said Steve Price with the Canadian Forest Service.