State of the Planet

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SSRFP 2015 Fieldwork

David Decker shows the team a section of Constitution Marsh that had been covered to kill the invasive reeds. Once phragmites are gone from an area, natural species grow back in, creating a more diverse, healthier wetland.

David Decker shows the team a section of Constitution Marsh that had been covered to kill the invasive reeds. Once phragmites are gone from an area, natural species grow back in, creating a more diverse, healthier wetland.


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