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Forest Growth in North Outpacing Other Parts of Country

"Forest Growth in North Outpacing Other Parts of Country"

Forest Service Report Shows Forest Growth in North Outpacing Other Parts of Country - Region benefits from carbon emissions collection, water filtration, forestry jobs

"Northern Forest Futures Project"


Tree and impervious cover change in U.S. cities

Journal of Arid Environments

Developing a model framework for predicting effects of woody expansion and fire
on ecosystem carbon and nitrogen in a pinyonejuniper woodland


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