Project Overview

The Environmental Monitoring and Management Alliance (EMMA) is examining the effects of deer overabundance on forest regeneration at seven upland oak forest sites centered in the Hudson Valley. These data, coupled with deer management programs, will allow us to both assess the impact deer are having on the survival of native species and evaluate the effectiveness of various deer management strategies across the region.


To examine the effect of overabundance of white-tailed deer on forest regeneration in urban and rural preserves throughout the Hudson Valley.

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Downloadable: 10 datasets

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Status - Active

Start date: 2013-01-01

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