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The Colors of Fall: Are Autumn Reds and Golds Passing Us By?

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Image of maple leaves on the ground with their fall colors.

Autumn leaves: How long will the brightest colors be with us?

Credit: David Lee


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Image of the leaves and branches of an American chestnut tree.

Tall American chestnut trees once dominated Massachusetts forests; many have died out.

Credit: David Foster


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Photo of trees in their bright fall colors on the shoreline of Harvard Pond.

Beautiful Harvard Pond lies within NSF's Harvard Forest LTER site.

Credit: John Burk


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Photo of Harvard Forest's environmental measurements tower surrounded by oaks and white pines.

Harvard Forest's environmental measurements tower rises above oaks and white pines.

Credit: David Foster


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Photo of a plot on the forest floor used to measure fallen leaves and soils.

Long-term "detritus input removal treatment" plots measure leaves and soils.

Credit: David Foster


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Photo of trees from Harvard Forest's highest point.

Harvard Forest's "PhenoCam" captures an ephemeral view from the forest's highest point.

Credit: NSF Harvard Forest LTER Site


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