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Satellite Image Mapping of Tree Mortality : A Whistle Blower to the Societies on the Fight agains

LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, August 7, 2018 / -- We at the Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry would like to thank Dr. Christopher S. Potter, Senior Research Scientist, Biospheric Branch at NASA’s Ames Research Center for contributing his article on ‘Satellite Image Mapping of Tree Mortality in the Sierra Nevada Region of California from 2013 to 2016’, which is published in Volume 6 and Issue 2 of the journal in the year 2017.

The Biodiversity Management & Forestry is one of the prestigious journals of SciTechnol, an International publisher on Science, Technology and Medicine. Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry is a peer-reviewed scholarly online journal that publishes the most comprehensive and reliable information pertaining to biodiversity. Dr. Potter’s article helped in identifying the areas plagued with high levels of tree mortality in recent years in Sierra Nevada, California, a region struggling with high rates of tree mortality due to insect attacks and climate change. By sharing the same article on the NASA website, Dr. Potter has enhanced our responsibility on the fight against Climate Change .We at the Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry thank Dr. Potter for sharing the article on such a prestigious podium. The display of this article on the NASA enhances the global understanding on Climate Change and acts as a whistle blower to the societies and policy makers in taking the right direction on Climate Change mitigation.

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