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Ideal growing conditions lead to Fairbanks birch seed boom

...different layers."Birch trees were considered a possible loser with climate warming. Retired UAF forestry professor Glenn Juday said two years ago the birch population was in "terrible shape" after hot, dry summers and the recent migration north...
UAF professor disputes Ice Classic record

...listed as 2:41 p.m., breaking the record of 11:41 a.m. AST set May 20, 1964.UAF forest ecology professor Glenn Juday disagrees with the contention that this year's ice classic set a record. He notes that 1964 was a leap year, which...
Beloved tree damaged by beetles

...frost cracks in recent years and sap is oozing from them, a sign the tree is under stress, said UAF ecology professor Glenn Juday, who examined the tree about five years ago but hasn't seen it recently. Insects such as spruce bark beetles typically...
Warming reshapes state's boreal forest

FAIRBANKS - Glenn Juday stands next to a white spruce that sprouted from seed two years after Britain ceased hostilities against the colonies in the Revolutionary...
Scientists trace global warming in Interior

FAIRBANKS - A burst of hot air shot up at Dr. Glenn Juday as he looked down at the edge of a high bluff over the Tanana Flats. Blasted by the wind and sun, the bluff was covered with...
Insects altering Alaska forests

...unprecedented numbers are finding Alaska forests to be a congenial home, said University of Alaska forestry professor Glenn Juday, and climate change could be the welcome mat. Sound off on the important issues at Warmer winters kill fewer insects...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...JUNEAU EMPIRE In the last 20 years Alaska has seen its warmest weather in about 1,000 years, says forest ecologist Glenn Juday. It's not a good time to be a spruce tree - or a worker in the forest products industry. Juday, a professor at...
Forest scientists say warmer weather is worsening the beetle epidemic

...more credit to rising temperatures as an explanation for the unstoppable rampage. "I am personally convinced," said Glenn Juday, a professor of forest ecology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Juday's study of past warming cycles, based...
Ice storm could have lasting effects

...Fairbanks forestry professor said the effects could last for years as wounded trees die and insect populations explode. Glenn Juday spent much of December surveying forests in the Interior. He told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner birch trees were...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Scheduled panelists include Gunter Weller, emeritus professor of geophysics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks; Glenn Juday, UAF professor of forest ecology; Heather McCarty of At Sea Processors; Roman Motyka, University of Alaska Southeast...


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