Later, Dr. Asner would fly over the forests in an early version of the observatory: a small plane outfitted with technology capable of measuring the wavelengths of light — most of it invisible to the human eye — that bounce off the forest
“Some of the forests we go to have these beautiful, gorgeous, big trees,” said ecologist Dr Carrie Woods, gesturing up at the
, “but the problem is, you look underneath and it’s grass and rocks.
A healthy forest should have a robust
and young trees in the understory.
The photos also reveal that what used to be an unbroken
of greenery now has gaps that let sunlight in where there should be shade.
boasting skylights will rise above Anzac station in a bid to shelter thousands of commuters using both trains and trams. A pedestrian underpass will also be built underneath St Kilda Road.