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Survivors, not invaders, control forest development following simulated hurricane in New England

Poster Number:  57 Presenter/Primary Author:  Audrey Barker Plo... Hurricanes profoundly impact New England forests every 50-100 years but few studies have evaluated mechanisms of long-term forest dynamics following major windthrows.

Professional Development for K-12 Teachers at Harvard Forest LTER

Poster Number:  44 Presenter/Primary Author:  Katherine Bennett As part of the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program, the Harvard Forest in Petersham, Massachusetts seeks to train the next generation of researchers, by involving K-12 grade students and t

The future of forests: it's who and what you know.

Poster Number:  30 Presenter/Primary Author:  David Kittredge LTER's Strategic Research Initiative on Integrative Science for Society and the Environment (ISSE; U.S.

Long-term nitrogen enrichment affects the structure of soil fungal communities

Poster Number:  27 Presenter/Primary Author:  Eric Morrison Nitrogen (N) deposition from fossil fuel burning has the potential to affect ecosystem processes such as the decomposition and storage of soil organic matter.

The effects of hemlock removal on rodent community composition in New England forests

Poster Number:  14 Presenter/Primary Author:  Allyson Degrassi Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is declining in abundance in New England from logging and the effects of the invasive sap-sucking hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae).

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER