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Hard data: looking deep into Indigenous forests

Louis De Grandpré looks at felled trees in an area undergoing salvage logging efforts in the Canadian boreal forest of the La Haute-Côte-Nord municipality west of Baie-Comeau, Quebec.

Louis De Grandpré is a forest ecologist with the Canadian Forest Service, currently on an exchange programme with the Pessamit people. Credit: Ed Jones/AFP via Getty

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Nature 624, 218 (2023)



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