New National Monitoring Report Highlights Recent Forest Health Issues

 

2014_FHM_report.jpgAnnual Forest Health Monitoring reports summarize the status, trends, and analyses of the nation's forest resources. The recently published 2014 report, edited by Eastern Threat Center cooperating scientists Kevin Potter and Barb Conkling, features chapters authored by Center scientists and cooperators that discuss a variety of forest health issues, including patterns of insect and disease activity, forest fire occurrence, drought, core forest decline, and climate change risks and genetic degradation.

This project is jointly funded by the U.S. Forest Service Forest Health Protection Program and the Forest Inventory and Analysis Program.

 

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