EFETAC Study of Threats to High-Elevation Spruce Trees Appears in The Appalachian Voice

 
EFETAC Study of Threats to High-Elevation Spruce Trees Appears in The Appalachian Voice

An article in the June/July 2012 issue of The Appalachian Voice discusses climate change impacts on high-elevation spruce-fir forests in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. In the article, EFETAC ecologist and team leader Steve McNulty summarizes research in forests around Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina that revealed additional interacting threats to these unique ecosystems and the resulting challenges of forest management decision making. Read the article, "Last Stand for the Southern Spruce-Fir?"

 

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