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Disturbances have big effect on carbon uptake in southeastern forests

‘Continued forest carbon accumulation in the region is highly sensitive to land use transitions’

Staff Report

FRISCO — Forest disturbances, such as fire, disease, and cutting, as well as the impacts of land use change, may be slowing the carbon uptake of southeastern U.S. 297 more words


#22 Summer Girl

She sat atop her bull moose as he carefully picked his way down the tree-covered hill. A bluebird had alerted her to a newcomer in the forest, insisting that she come immediately and take a look. 2,539 more words

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Asia's only automobile-free hill station

Close your eyes, gently. You are in a forest, alive with the sounds of birds, insects and the rustling leaves of tall, timeless trees. You can smell the fragrance of the earth – an infusion of magic, moistness and mineralised richness. 952 more words


Getting away from it all

It’s raining today which means I am catching up with myself. All the sunshine recently had me on the beach with great intentions of blogging when I get home, but obviously that hasn’t happened! 89 more words


#21 Nature's Little Jewels

The sun shone down upon the town of Lake George. Though the town itself was small, the homes of the residents branched off into the forested hills. 2,501 more words

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#19 An Earthy Celebration

Mother Nature returned to Teller County almost a month after the Lost Creek Wilderness incident. She appeared in the quiet area of Mueller State Park. Many of the spring birds had already returned, and were singing excitedly. 2,514 more words

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