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Standing On the Shoulders of Giants (Time Warp Monograph Series)

Vol. 1 No. 13 FS-1111 (Eng) (Span)

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Big-leaf mahogany is a tree species known for its beautiful wood. Over time, humans have cut down many big-leaf mahogany trees for use in furniture and other products. Because of this regular human use, big-leaf mahogany is considered vulnerable. To ensure that big-leaf mahogany harvesting is sustainable, scientists and land managers must know the conditions in which mahogany grows.

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