Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Forests are important as reservoirs of biodiversity, and as wildlife habitats. In addition, they represent substantial economic value, and provide societal health and recreational benefits. They also, mitigate climate change by storing carbon dioxide.

To understand the impact climate change might have on future forests, it is necessary to ‘have our eyes on trees’. More specifically, we need to pay attention to the parts of a tree and understand their meristems. This e-book details the research and work being done by the Norwegian University of Life Sciences to help understand the impact of climate change on our trees…


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