On the U-M Gateway: Acid rain poses a previously unrecognized threat to Great Lakes sugar maples
Thursday, December 22, 2011
The number of sugar maples in Upper Great Lakes forests is likely to decline in coming decades, according to Professor Don Zak and his colleagues, due to a previously unrecognized threat from a familiar enemy: acid rain. Zak is co-author of an article published online Dec. 8, 2011 in the Journal of Applied Ecology. Watch for a research feature coming soon.
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