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Taking the Pulse of the Forest

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Photo of Michael Loranty wiring one of many sap flow sensors in the aspen stand.

Michael Loranty wires one of many sap flow sensors in the aspen stand.

Credit: D. Scott Mackay, SUNY Buffalo


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Photo of the forest canopy at the aspen site.

The forest canopy at the aspen site. Finding a clear view of the treetops for height measurement wasn't always easy.

Credit: Michael Loranty, Woods Hole Research Center


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Photo of Michael Loranty connecting more wiring for the solar panels used to power the site.

Michael Loranty connects more wiring for the solar panels used to power the research site.

Credit: Elizabeth Traver, University of Wyoming


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