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University of Minnesota Forest Ecologists Featured on MPR

Last week Minnesota Public Radio spotlighted a new article by Lee Frelich and Peter Reich, ecologists for the Department of Forest Resources.

The article, Will environmental changes reinforce the impact of global warming on the prairie-forest border of central North America?, highlights the rapid change Minnesota forests are facing due to our warming climate.

At the MPR NewsQ website you can listen to the recently aired interview with Lee Frelich, read the MPR news article, and download Frelich and Reich's article.

Lee Frelich is Research Associate and Director for the University of Minnesota Center for Hardwood Ecology.
Peter Reich is a Regents Professor, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, F.B. Hubachek, Sr. Chair in Forest Ecology and Tree Physiology, and Resident Fellow for the Institute on the Environment (IonE).
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