Greg Asner

Carnegie Institution for Science

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Earth scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science

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The US Forest Service knew it was bad, but not how bad. After four years of drought, it figured the 12.5 million trees had died.

Imagine the Southland without Any Trees

The US Forest Service knew it was bad, but not how bad. After four years of drought, it figured the 12.5 million trees had died.

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