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In New Jersey Pines, Trouble Arrives on Six Legs

In New Jersey Pines, Trouble Arrives on Six Legs | Community Tree Recovery | Scoop.it
A beetle invasion of New Jersey’s Pinelands, said to be caused by global warming, has drawn little attention, and scientists say the state has been too slow in its response.
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NASA Developing Natural Hazard Warning Systems - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA Developing Natural Hazard Warning Systems - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory | Community Tree Recovery | Scoop.it

Scientists have enhanced existing GPS technologies to develop new systems for California and elsewhere to warn of hazards from earthquakes, tsunamis and extreme weather events.

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High Fashion Home And Arbor Day Foundation Aiding Restoration Of Lost Pines Forest In Bastrop Texas

High Fashion Home And Arbor Day Foundation Aiding Restoration Of Lost Pines Forest In Bastrop Texas | Community Tree Recovery | Scoop.it

With the generous support of High Fashion Home, the Arbor Day Foundation has planted 55,000 trees to date in forests across the country. Arbor Day Foundation and High Fashion Home teamed up to plant 40,054 trees in 2013 toward the Lost Pines Forest Recovery Campaign. - See more at: http://thekatynews.com/tag/lost-pines-forest-recovery-campaign/#sthash.tiVjjc0U.dpuf

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The Hansen forest cover maps could change the way countries estimate forest cover

The Hansen forest cover maps published last month could change the way countries estimate national forest cover.

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Current cold snap not enough to disrupt Colorado pine beetle threat

Current cold snap not enough to disrupt Colorado pine beetle threat | Community Tree Recovery | Scoop.it

Colorado's plunge into the deep freeze, with overnight lows in the northern mountains dropping to minus 20 degrees for days in a row, likely is not cold enough or prolonged enough to disrupt the life cycle of the destructive pine beetle.

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