This set of prints is based on studies in the archives of Harvard Forest near Athol, MA. Field notes, photographs and theses inform the prints, that cover everything from the winter nesting of grouse to yellowing disease in palm trees.
Reflecting a study done at Harvard Forest in the 1950s, which tested whether or not the size of a pine seed would predict the size and health of the seedling. Answer: it does, but only for the first year. After that, the size and health of the parent tree is a better predictor.
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