International Institute of Tropical Forestry

1/3 - Research
1/3 Short stunted trees covered in mosses and epiphytes.
The tabebuia/eugenia woodland (aka elfin woodland) found on the mountain peaks of El Yunque.
2/3 - State and Private Forestry
2/3 Forest Health Monitoring: Harrisia Cactus Mealybug Monitoring on Caja de Muertos, Puerto Rico.
Forest Health Monitoring: Harrisia Cactus Mealybug Monitoring on Caja de Muertos, Puerto Rico.
3/3 - International Cooperation
3/3 Wayne Arendt, Institute Wildlife Biologist, giving biodiversity monitoring and training in Nicaragua.
Wayne Arendt, Institute Wildlife Biologist, giving biodiversity monitoring and training in Nicaragua.
 

Simposio 30:75:100

Simposio 30:75:100 - La estequiometría de la investigación, educación científica y conservación forestal en Puerto Rico. Del 6 al 8 de diciembre 2018.

Symposium 30:75:100 News Release

Simposio 30:75:100

Symposium 30:75:100

El Yunque National Forest Atlas

New publication from the Institute in collaboration with El Yunque National Forest. The Atlas, with 6 chapters covering terrestrial resources, water, plants and animals, people, research and management, and recreation, visually summarizes the natural attributes of El Yunque. The Atlas is available in both English and Spanish.

El Yunque National Forest Atlas News Release

El Atlas del Bosque Nacional El Yunque comunicado de prensa

Research

Institute Research

Learn about the Institute's present research and focus areas, collaborative programs, and information about the Sabana Field Research Station in El Yunque National Forest.

State and Private Forestry

State and Private Forestry Programs

Information about the various State and Private Forestry programs in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Publications and Products

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Featured Videos

El Yunque 360

5 part video series with Dr. Grizelle González looking at the impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on the Luquillo Experimental Forest.

Sustain Puerto Rico

A GreenWood Global project to assist the USDA Caribbean Climate Hub in a wood salvage project after hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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