New Trees Will Rejuvenate Declining Forests in U.S. Midwest, Study Says

Yale Environment 360: A new generation of native trees is poised to rejuvenate the aging forests in the U.S.’s Upper Great Lakes region, providing a critical source of carbon capture in the 21st century, according to a new study. While some research suggests that mature forests store less carbon over time, Ohio State University researchers say the aging trees across the upper Midwest -- which they likened to baby Boomers -- are being replaced with a more diverse and complex mix of trees. “They may even outdo the boomer......

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