Vose, CIFS Co-Leader, Accepts U.S. Forest Service Chief's Award on behalf of the team behind the 2016 National Drought Assessment

James Vose, Research Ecologist and Project Co-Leader of the SRS Center for Integrated Forest Science, was recently honored by U.S. Forest Service Chief Thomas Tidwell for the comprehensive science synthesis  that he and team members developed that provides insight into the impacts of drought on the nation’s forests and grasslands and a scientific foundation for effective management responses.

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Vose, CIFS Co-Leader, Accepts U.S. Forest Service Chief's Award on behalf of the team behind the 2016 National Drought Assessment
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