An aerial digital photo showing the edge of a forest and the changes at that edge

Monitoring Forest Edges—Gateways to Our Woodlands

Scientists with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station (NHAES) and the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture are using unpiloted aerial systems to examine how fragmented forests and the creation of new forest edges are changing ecosystems and forest composition. Read More

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