89  Tropical forests recover fast after land-use change, benefiting ecosystem restoration, climate change, and biodiversity.

88  The distribution of beech leaf disease and the causal agents of beech bark disease (Cryptoccocus fagisuga, Neonectria faginata, N. ditissima) in forests surrounding Lake Erie and future implications.

87  The contribution of insects to global forest deadwood decomposition.

86  Resistance of African tropical forests to an extreme climate anomaly.

85  Unveiling African rainforest composition and vulnerability to global change.

84  Legume–microbiome interactions unlock mineral nutrients in regrowing tropical forests

83  Novel trophic interactions under climate change promote alpine plant coexistence.

82  Bird species form faster in areas of environmental extremes but have accumulated in moderate environments to develop tropical biodiversity hotspots.

81  An unexpectedly large count of trees in the West African Sahara and Sahel.

80  Degradation by logging, fire, and fragmentation is increasing as a spatially distinct disturbance in the Amazon landscape.

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