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NY Times Article Looks at Research on Hurricane Impact on Puerto Rico Forests

Hurricane Maria, with winds of up to 155 miles an hour, wrecked thousands of acres of forests in Puerto Rico. Researchers are analyzing how severe storms affect the amount of carbon forests pull out of the atmosphere and store, and are trying to understand how forests could be permanently changed as the world warms. The Lab’s Jeff Chambers is quoted in this New York Times story.

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