NEW! COAT CASE STORIES are short popular handouts from COAT. This second COAT CASE STORY about the community-based actions against an invasive rodent and its zoonotic parasite in Longyearbyen is available in english.
Outbreaks by geometrid moths have caused extensive damage to mountain birch forest in northern Scandinavia during the last 15 years. A new study helps to explain why the damage has been so severe and suggests that the forest may fail to recover in the most heavily affected areas.
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