Presented by Charles Canham, Senior Scientist Emeritus, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.
Forests of the Hudson Valley have seen constant change throughout the more than 12,000 years since the retreat of the Pleistocene glaciers. Although humans have been responsible for the most important transformations, the most dramatic changes followed European settlement. The future of those forests will be shaped by a new set of forces, including climate change and the impact of forest pests and pathogens.
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This post was written by Catherine McMahon