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More than half of eastern U.S. tree species examined in a massive new Duke University-led study aren't adapting to climate change as quickly or consistently as predicted.
Grants will support the development of new geospatial tools to enable cities to expand their urban forests in order to reap the benefits of stormwater infiltration, lower energy costs, improved
Tree care provider sees sharp increase in tree damage reports following recent severe weather. Atlanta
Tens of millions of ash trees are being killed by emerald ash borers, a flat headed borer with no natural predators in the United States.
Nibbling by herbivores can have a greater impact on the width of tree rings than climate, new research has found.
Contrary to expectations, researchers have discovered that the conifers of the Pacific Northwest, some of the tallest trees in the world, face their greatest water stress during the regionâ€™s eternally wet winters, not the dog days of August when weeks can pass without rain.
SCRANTON, Pa., July 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The construction site at the World Trade Center Memorial Site is bustling with activity, as crews work around the clock to get ready for the opening ceremonies on Sept. 11, 2011.