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Climate change: Having the right combination of tree ‘personalities’ could make forests more resilient

Every tree in a forest has a neighbour. Image: Unsplash/ Lukasz Szmigiel

Tom Ovenden

PhD candidate - Forest Ecology and Resilience, University of Stirling

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Each pale and dark ring in a tree trunk together denote a year’s growth. The wider the ring, the more growth occurred during that year. Image: Tom Ovenden.

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