Teens Use Smartphones to Map Trees Uprooted by Sandy for Rutgers



At science camp, teens map trees uprooted by Hurricane Sandy for Rutgers (via NJ.com)

PISCATAWAY — Daylin Leiva’s first in-person view of Hurricane Sandy’s carnage came last week. The tall beech and cherry trees uprooted and still littering the grounds of the Rutgers University Ecological Preserve in Piscataway initially shocked…

 

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