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Using Ground-Penetrating Radar to Map Buried Trunks of Prostrate-Growing Eastern Red Cedar Trees on Coskata/Coatue Wildlife Refuge
Submitted in fulfillment of a 2014 Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative grant. We used Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) transects, which is not disruptive to trees and substrate, to test whether it could be used to provide evidence of underground stems and roots of low-growing Eastern Red Cedars on the Coatue/Coskata Wildlife Refuge, Nantucket. This coastal Maritime Juniper Woodland/Shrubland, is classified as a critically imperiled natural community. These trees described as dwarf cedars, aredoi:10.5281/zenodo.4025425 fatcat:gjd5oxujxbcurmgg57fbsb7n3u