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July 2017

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Student highlighted in Guam Daily Post

Jerilyn Calaor and Alina Smith in the field

Jerilyn Calaor, 2017 Harvard Forest Summer Research Program student, was recently highlighted in her local paper, The Guam Daily Post.  Jerilyn, a rising senior biology major at the University of Guam, is one of 18 students from around the United States participating in this year's summer program.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Recent Study Seeks to Explain Global Forest Diversity Patterns

Kyle Gay measuring tree diameter

The well-known trend of global diversity decreasing from the tropics to the poles is often discussed but never adequately explained.  A paper that came out in the June 30, 2017 issue of the journal Science is shedding new light on potential reasons behind this global phenomenon.   The study, headed by Joe LaManna at Washington University in St.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Save the Date! Hemlock Hospice Opening

Hemlock Hospice Flyer

On Saturday Ocotober 7th, from 12 noon until 4 pm, the Harvard Forest will host an opening reception for Harvard Forest Bullard Fellow David Buckley Borden's Hemlock Hospice installation on the Prospect Hill Tract and his parallel exhibition in the Fisher Museum.  Save the Date!