A tree-mendous study: Biomass from forest restoration


The United States is made up of more than 2 billion acres of land—nearly 750 million of which represent forest lands.

These woodlands—thick with fragrant trees and foliage—are havens for campers and wildlife. But for many years, land management and wildfire suppression practices have resulted in more trees than occur under natural conditions. 


Source: Phys.org


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