Caribou Lab at the Northern Regional Center Sample Collection on the Willamette River Orange air emissions testing balloon

Caribou Nutrition

NCASI is investigating the nutritional needs of caribou in a multi-year program to identify options for enhancing the viability of caribou populations in managed boreal forests. Read more ›

Testing Mill Effluents

Laurel Eppstein and Bill Thacker conduct chemical phosphorus removal experiments on mill effluent. Read more about NCASI's water quality program ›

Long-Term Receiving Water Study

Bill Arthurs and Joan Ikoma collect data on fish, macroinvertebrate and periphyton populations and communities for NCASI's Long-Term Receiving Water Study (LTRWS). Read more ›

Air Emissions Testing

Ann Crapo, Ben Fair, and Bill Rice prepare to collect ambient samples of sulfur gases from wastewater treatment ponds. Read more about NCASI's air quality program ›

Membership

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The National Council for Air and Stream Improvement is an independent, non-profit research institute that focuses on environmental topics of interest to the forest products industry. Membership is open to forest products companies in the U.S., Canada, and beyond.