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Regional Studies

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Harvard Forest scientists conduct a wide range of regional investigations utilizing diverse approaches from paleoecology, historical ecology, extensive field sampling, remote sensing and modeling. These studies provide invaluable context for intensive site-based research, they allow our researchers to investigate processes that operate at broad scales or outside the boundaries of the Forest's 3500 acres, and they enable us to evaluate the generality of results emerging from our intensive local observations and experiments.

Examples of regional studies at Harvard Forest include:

Related Data & Publications

Abstracts for Current Research - Summaries of ongoing regional studies research projects at the Forest.

Publications - Published papers from Harvard Forest research related to regional studies.

Datasets - Data and metadata for regional studies at the Forest.