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Seventy Years of Forest Change in the Northern Great Lakes Region, USAAuthor(s): Lisa A. Schulte; Thomas R. Crow; Dave Cleland
Source: In: Buse, Lisa J.; Perera, Ajith H., comps. Meeting Emerging Ecological, Economic, and Social Challenges in the Great Lakes Region: Popular Summaries. For. Res. Inf. Pap. 155. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Forest Research Institute: 99-101
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionThe rates and magnitudes of forest change have important social and economic implications. We address facets of change associated with 20th century recovery of the U.S. Lake States (Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota) forests from the Great Cutover, and discuss ecological and socioeconomic implications for future forest resources.
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CitationSchulte, Lisa A.; Crow, Thomas R.; Cleland, Dave. 2003. Seventy Years of Forest Change in the Northern Great Lakes Region, USA. In: Buse, Lisa J.; Perera, Ajith H., comps. Meeting Emerging Ecological, Economic, and Social Challenges in the Great Lakes Region: Popular Summaries. For. Res. Inf. Pap. 155. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Forest Research Institute: 99-101
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