Monarch Extinction (substantial evidence?)

Donna Brunet dbrunet at
Mon Nov 17 07:49:39 EST 2003

I think there might be a simple reason for the photos looking different from
the maps.  A lot of ground that was 80-100% forest cover is now 30-80%
forest cover.  The maps are a look from overhead straight down, and your
photos are a view from the side, which would (especially at a distance),
hide any thinning of forest cover.

Donna Brunet
Columbia, Missouri
dbrunet at

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Subject: Re: FW: [leps-talk] Re: Monarch Extinction (substantial

Example:  here is the animation of the changes in forest cover at
the El Rosario Reserve presented side by side with actual photos of
the reserve

Paul Cherubini


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