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Research Brief: Invasive Insects and the Persistence of Oak-Pine Forests in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Updated: Dec 17, 2020



Pine saplings and seedlings forming a dense subcanopy beneath a previously closed canopy oak forest at the Silas Little Experimental Forest in the New Jersey Pinelands. How will accelerating changes in forest composition and structure driven by insects affect future wildfire activity and forest resilience to other disturbances?


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