Harvard Forest LTER - Research Topics

Since its establishment in 1907 the Harvard Forest has served as a center for research and education in forest biology. Research areas have included siliviculture and forest management, soils and the development of forest site concepts, biology of temperate and tropical trees, forest ecology, and ecosystem dynamics. The Harvard Forest Long Term Ecological Research Program (HF LTER), established in 1988 through funding from the National Science Foundation, epitomizes current research activities. Cooperation with other research sites and collaboration with independent researchers are central to the research and educational goals of the forest.

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