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A morel mushroom emerges from the Yosemite National Park forest floor the spring following a forest fire. (Photo credit: C. Alina Cansler/UM)
A morel mushroom emerges from the Yosemite National Park forest floor the spring following a forest fire. (Photo credit: C. Alina Cansler/UM)
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New UM Study Quantifies Morel Mushroom Abundance After Wildfire

MISSOULA – University of Montana forest ecology Professor Andrew Larson recently published research estimating the abundance of morel mushrooms after a wildfire in California’s Sierra Nevada.
“So many people love to harvest and eat morel mushrooms,” Larson said, “but there is very little research that measures the abundance of morels after a forest has burned. We wanted to give forest managers concrete data on morel abundance.”

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Casey Massena, a University of Montana doctoral candidate, holds a model of his new molecule. (UM photo by Todd Goodrich)
Casey Massena, a University of Montana doctoral candidate, holds a model of his new molecule. (UM photo by Todd Goodrich)
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UM Grad Student Builds New Type of Molecule

            MISSOULA – A chemistry doctoral student at the University of Montana recently helped develop a new type of molecule, and his work was the cover story for a top scientific journal.
            Casey Massena of Santa Cruz, California, works in the UM lab of Assistant Professor Orion Berryman. Massena’s work was published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition, which has a global readership.

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Andy Warhol’s “Two Multicolor Marilyns” (Reversal Series), 1979-1986, Synthetic polymer and silkscreen ink on canvas. Courtesy: Private Collection.
Andy Warhol’s “Two Multicolor Marilyns” (Reversal Series), 1979-1986, Synthetic polymer and silkscreen ink on canvas. Courtesy: Private Collection.
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Contemporary Art by Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama on Display at UM

 MISSOULA “Two Multicolored Marilyns,” a late painting by renowned pop-artist Andy Warhol, is on public display at the University of Montana from July 22 to Dec...

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