Behind the Cover: New Phytologist 215:1, July 2017

"The Amazon forest is a pretty amazing place. There are so many magnificent trees, magical plants and fungi, strangely twisted and contorted lianas, not to mention the insects, spiders, and snakes, that I think I could spend the whole day taking pictures." In this instalment of our Behind the Cover series, New Phytologist Editor Richard Norby talks us through the research behi...
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Ancient and modern threats to Sir Arthur’s woodlands – forests of temperate climates

In a new guest post, author Frank Gilliam tells the story behind his Tansley review, 'Forest ecosystems of temperate climatic regions: from ancient use to climate change'. Find out more about the Tansley reviews series, and search the database, here. I suspect that I am not alone among my fellow plant ecologists in having professional ‘heroes’—individuals who played crucial ...
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