Folks, I was just thinking about bumping up our activity level on Forest Science News a bit. But, in light of Google+ ending, the community will of course be ending as well. Thanks for your interest and we'll see you somewhere else online! Best, Rob

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Interesting!
Fossil remains of a tropical forest that grew 380 million years ago are now thousands of miles north, in Svalbard.

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Stephen Pyne's new book on wildland fire policy and management, Between Two Fires...

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Better than your average weather station in the woods!

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While this is not 'science news' per se, it may be interesting for  researchers working with one or the other!

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The 2015 nursery season is in the books with significant progress to produce vigorous, good rooting, and diverse aspens.  We planted 3,463 aspens via 319 clones represented by 57 different families.  There were 146 clonal selections with a 65% average dormant cutting survival rate.  Way to grow!

#genetics #PlantBreeding   #forestry 

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Mapping drought stress in California... Nice video

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Upland /Up-Stream Afforestation floated as part of mitigation solutions to Flash Flood events in the UK.
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