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Note: This story is part of a special issue of The Warnell Log focused on carbon. The aftermath of a hurricane includes downed trees, damaged saplings, salt water intrusion—and a lot less carbon. That’s one calculation made by Warnell researcher Asiful Alam, a Ph.D. student (and M.S. graduate) who…
Note: This story is part of a special issue of The Warnell Log focused on carbon. You can’t power a large, commercial jet with solar panels. Advances in hydrogen technology still can’t get a plane across the ocean. So, if the aviation sector wants to reduce its carbon footprint, where do they turn…
Note: This story is part of a special issue of The Warnell Log focused on carbon. To best understand how woody biomass, such as wood pellets, can become a sustainable energy solution, you need to consider your perspective. As small trees and other woody debris are harvested, other trees are growing…
Detailed research effort will help inform reforestation efforts It’s easy to think of trees as part of the landscape. But what if the trees were the landscape? That’s what a new study by a researcher at the University of Georgia asks us to imagine. By considering each tree as a world that hosts…
Nestled in the heart of West Africa’s rainforests, the Republic of Liberia holds a rich history in the region. It also is home to millions of acres of forests, some of the last remaining West African rainforests on the continent.   As the country recovers and rebuilds after more than a decade…

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