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If a tree falls in the forest (after a fire)

March 9th, 2012

Biscuit Fire

Biscuit Fire: Photo by National Forest Service

Jay Sexton

Forest Ecosystems and Society

College of Forestry

“Here is a link to an OPB Oregon Field Guide spot that ran on Feb 23rd, 2012 – and has me cutting down a snag and, Brett Morrissette & I sampling it in the Biscuit Fire area near Gold Beach.

The good parts are at minute 3:28 – 4:58 , although the rest of the story is good too – but the falling snag is the best part. They cut out my speaking part for misbehavior – they wanted me to say “20 feet” but I would only say “4-5 meters” so they had Bernard say 20 feet instead. (time 4:06).”

Visit OPB to learn more or watch the embedded video below.

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