Sofia Olivero Lora

Sofia Olivero Lora

Sep 20, 2018

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About This Project

A long-term goal of this project has been to evaluate variation in ecosystem services and disservices provided by the residential trees of different locations within the Río Piedras watershed (San Juan, PR). Due to the devastating effects of Hurricanes Irma and María, we are now using this as an opportunity to document the immediate impacts of these events on residential vegetation and the implications of these changes to the provision of urban ecosystem services.

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