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Eastern Threat Center scientists are actively collaborating with a variety of research partners to evaluate the effects and consequences of multiple interacting stresses on eastern forest health; increase knowledge and understanding of the risks, uncertainties, and/or benefits of multiple environmental stresses on eastern ecological conditions and socioeconomic values; provide science-based decision support tools for policy formulation and land management in the eastern United States; and provide land managers with credible predictions of potential severe disturbance in the East with sufficient warning to take preventative actions.

View the Projects and Data & Tools pages to learn more about the Center's research activities, collaborations, and technology transfer efforts.


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