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Ash Borer Provides an Opening for Research Into Urban Noise

In this story from the Chicago Tribune, Davey expert, R.J. Laverne, studies how loss of tree canopies from EAB affects urban noise.

Published Sept. 5, 2013

RJ Chicago Tribune

As a certified master arborist and forestry instructor, R.J. Laverne hates seeing entire city blocks denuded of trees by the emerald ash borer. But as a doctoral student, he realizes that the tiny green beetle is giving him a once-in-a-generation research opportunity.

For the full story, visit the Chicago Tribune website.

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