Friday favorites: Misty morning

ChibougamauThe sun pierces morning fog, illuminating the tops of a boreal Jack pine forest. This forest is roughly 20 miles (30 km) south of Chibougamau, Quebec, Canada. Jack pines (Pinus banksiana) form fire-adapted stands of tall, lanky trees 30 to 70 feet (9 to 22 m) in height. — Koen


About Margaret Kosmala

I am an ecologist exploring the complex dynamics of plant and animal systems. I am especially interested in understanding how species communities change over time and how humans impact them.
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