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The Emerald Ash Borer- Invading Ash Trees
This article is from Issue Student Scientist - Vol. 10 No. 1.
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The emerald ash borer is an invasive species to the United States. While it isn’t a major pest in its native range of northern China and Korea, here in the United States it has killed millions of ash trees and had a major economic impact. In this study, the student scientists tried to find out what kind of impact the emerald ash borer has in the Oxbow.
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