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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Disturbance and Regrowth in Southeast Alaska Forests Shows Spatial Patterning|
Southeast Alaska is gaining forest area on the northern side of mountain slopes, higher latitudes, and higher elevations while losing forest are ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Inventory and Monitoring
|Recent increases found in yellow-cedar in Alaska|
In most unmanaged forests in Alaska, yellow-cedar has recently increased, as measured by live tree basal area, and the average mortality rate ha ...
|Inventory and Monitoring|
|Scientists Develop the First Estimates of Aboveground Carbon Flux and Storage in Trees Within the National Forests of Alaska|
While the Tongass National Forest had no detectable change in above-ground tree carbon, the Chugach National Forest had an average annual increa ...
|Inventory and Monitoring||2013||PNW|