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Thu November 15, 2012
The Fate of New Hampshire's Forests
New Hampshire is the second most forested state in the country, but according to our guest today, UNH Professor and Ecologist, Scott Olinger, our forests face serious challenges from climate change to invasive species. Today on the Exchange, we're looking at what's happening to our trees, what cane be done to protect them and the environmental significance of our forests.
Scott Ollinger - Professor of Natural Resources and the Environment and Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space at the University of New Hampshire. Ollinger recently spoke on the topic of trees as part of the Seacoast Science Café series, which brings academic discussions out of the university and into the larger community.