Project ‘discovers’ uncharted forests—and charts new direction in land-use planning

BOGOR, Indonesia — Whereas magicians use mirrors to make huge objects seemingly disappear, researchers in Indonesia are developing maps to “find” forests that apparently weren’t there before. And the best part: It’s not an illusion. By developing a more detailed map, researchers have shown that watershed-protection forest in Maluku province occupies more than double the area... Read more

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