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An imminent threat to trees

Forest ecologist sees little hope for sparing Adirondacks from tree-killing bugs

July 9, 2009
By MIKE LYNCH, Enterprise Outdoors Writer

PAUL SMITHS - Diseases and pests are the biggest threats to Northeastern forests as we know them today, a leading scientist from the internationally renowned Cary Institute of Ecosystems Studies in Millbrook told an audience at the Visitor Interpretive Center Wednesday.



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