Documentation of old-growth and other forests within Adirondack Park of eastern NY.
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Savoring Bogs and Moose, Fearing They’ll Vanish as the Adirondacks Warm
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/02/nyreg ... n&emc=ura1
... Mr. Jenkins, who is the author of the book “Climate Change in the Adirondacks: The Path to Sustainability,” spends much of his time on the water and in the woods, documenting the ecosystem with a notebook and a camera. He thus brings an unusual perspective to the scene. Where a casual observer might behold diversity and continuity, he projects decades into the future and finds absence and loss. ... continued
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