Regrown tropical forests may have short lifespans, says new study

Preventing the re-clearing of second-growth forests is a major challenge for restoration efforts in tropical regions, according to a new study. The study found that a third of regenerating areas in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest were cut down again, most after just 4 to 8 years of regeneration.

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