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Hemlock's future in the context of its history: an ecological perspective

@inproceedings{Foster2000HemlocksFI,
  title={Hemlock's future in the context of its history: an ecological perspective},
  author={D. Foster},
  year={2000}
}
In October of 1852, Henry David Thoreau went for a stroll through a chestnut forest in Concord, Massachusetts and recorded the following impressions of a vibrant ecosystem. 
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